America's Top........Old Fashioned Bakeries

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2008/03/08 09:17:28 (permalink)

America's Top........Old Fashioned Bakeries

Just checked out MSN's home page today. Good article on bakeries


http://cityguides.msn.com/citylife/article.aspx?cp-documentid=6414873>1=24000

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    leethebard
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    RE: America's Top........Old Fashioned Bakeries 2008/03/08 09:20:00 (permalink)
    Baking is another art...and anyone who creates,does not mass produce..is OK in my book....Let's continue to make GREAT food!
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    MilwFoodlovers
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    RE: America's Top........Old Fashioned Bakeries 2008/03/08 09:24:27 (permalink)
    For your consideration I'd add Mekato's Bakery in Milwaukee http://www.mekatos.com/coming.html

    The New Glarus Bakery in New Glarus WI https://www.newglarusbakery.com/index.asp
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    mland520
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    RE: America's Top........Old Fashioned Bakeries 2008/03/08 09:31:30 (permalink)
    There were two (2) local bakeries back in my hometown- Spiesmann's and Ketterer's....I think both are still in operation today, at least they were 8 years ago when we last visited- their Danish coffee cakes were to die for....in fact I brought some back with me on the plane. There is nothing like them in Big D- I know, I have searched high and low. And hard rolls- real hard rolls....oh, the memories, cause there is nothing here that comes close to a real HARD roll here in Big D either!
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    firecommander3565
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    RE: America's Top........Old Fashioned Bakeries 2008/03/08 09:51:41 (permalink)
    If you are very in Chicago and want some great bakery goods... DINKEL's on Lincoln Ave is the BEST!
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    Jimeats
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    RE: America's Top........Old Fashioned Bakeries 2008/03/08 10:13:14 (permalink)
    Just what is an old fasioned bakery? We have many old bakery's that only do bread and others that just do pastry. I can't walk by any of them. Chow Jim
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    nattyboh
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    RE: America's Top........Old Fashioned Bakeries 2008/03/08 11:50:57 (permalink)
    Please consider The Fenwick Bakery on Harford Rd Baltimore MD.

    Link to website:
    http://www.thefenwickbakery.com/

    Prices shown on website are current. Photos on website are exactly how the place looked when I visited yesterday. Always a line.

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    MiamiDon
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    RE: America's Top........Old Fashioned Bakeries 2008/03/08 13:19:28 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Jimeats

    Just what is an old fashioned bakery? We have many old bakery's that only do bread and others that just do pastry. I can't walk by any of them. Chow Jim


    The emphasis seems to be on pasticcerias/patisseries/pastry-shops, as opposed to breadmaking.
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