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ladygodiva

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  • Joined: 8/9/2010
  • Location: Akron, OH
Bakeries Wed, 09/1/10 7:26 PM (permalink)
Anyone remember Cheddas Bakery, or Chedas? in akron ohio it used to be on South street
 
Any good bakery recommendations? especially in ohio
 
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    pamelakrest

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    • Joined: 2/29/2004
    • Location: Dayton, Ohio
    Re:Bakeries Wed, 09/1/10 10:41 PM (permalink)
    I live in Dayton, Ohio and just found out about this bakery in Cincinnati recently. This is the link to the bakery's website, everything I bought was so very fresh and delicious!
    https://servatipastry.webfeatsecurity.com/
     

     
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      ladygodiva

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      • Location: Akron, OH
      Re:Bakeries Thu, 09/2/10 6:59 PM (permalink)
      thank you for the info and link, appreciated
       
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        Baker Dave

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        • Location: Akron, OH
        Re:Bakeries Fri, 10/29/10 9:45 AM (permalink)
        Hi ladygodiva, yes, I know what happened to cheda's bakery! My family owned and operated it. Contact me if you need any information about the bakery. The best bread I have found that's close to cheda's bread is ´╗┐Massoli's bakery 157 Brittain rd 44305, or Acme's bakery. massoli's has a thicker darker crust but a good flavor. Acme's is really good as long as it is FRESH! I've often wondered if people still remember Cheda's Bakery. Thanks for asking.
        Dave Cheda Kostantinovich

         
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          ladygodiva

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          • Location: Akron, OH
          Re:Bakeries Sun, 10/31/10 2:15 PM (permalink)
          thank you, my family really loved it, when I was a child every Sunday after church we would go to Cheda's it was allways superb, and fresh and beyond good, we would get 2 french breads and a big loaf
           
          and don't fret many many of us in my moms neighbourhood remember Chedda well , very well, it was a staple in our household, as well as most of our neighbors
          <message edited by ladygodiva on Sun, 10/31/10 2:25 PM>
           
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            Baker Dave

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            • Location: Akron, OH
            Re:Bakeries Sun, 10/31/10 10:27 PM (permalink)
            Thanks, The big loaf was vienna bread. We also had the french bread, twin french, light rye bread, sandwich buns and sausage rolls. We moved from South Street to Grant Street  about 1977 when I started making donuts. Cheda's Bakery closed in 1983. In April, 1989 I opened DCheda's Bakery on Copley Rd next door to Charlies Ribs. That lasted till Chrismas Eve of that year when a fire burned down the bakery and I could not afford to rebuild. I was really surprised to see a lot of old customers come in the DCheda's Bakery after seeing an add I ran in the Beacon.
            The Acme store I get bread from is on Manchester Rd. Like I said before when it is fresh, it's  close to Cheda's.
            Thanks for your interest in Cheda's Bakery
             
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              ladygodiva

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              • Location: Akron, OH
              Re:Bakeries Mon, 11/1/10 7:07 PM (permalink)
              thank you once again
               
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                ladygodiva

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                • Location: Akron, OH
                Re:Bakeries Mon, 08/8/11 7:41 PM (permalink)
                I was wondering if anyone has thought of opening a bakery in the Highland Square area of Akron, OH,  that would be the best thing, there are no real bakeries close to the neighborhood, closest is Acme, and well, with Acme it is hit or miss, (Inferior baking ingrediants,) and that leaves West Point Market which is good but quite expensive.
                 
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