Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Bread Run to the Cedar House Bakery

To us a "bread run" is a drive over to the Cedar House Bakery in Boularderie Center to replenish our supply of bread and other baked goods. It's about an hour and a half from here--over past Orangedale to the Transcanada Highway, past Baddeck, over Kelly's Mountain, over the Seal Island Bridge and there it is on the right.
The Cedar House Bakery.

Very cozy interior of Cedar House Bakery.
Before we lay in our supply of baked goods we have breakfast.  I usually have raisin toast, a fish cake and a piece of pie, (yes, a piece of pie for breakfast---really more like brunch) and this trip was no exception.

Their in house, home made fish cakes are famous.
Butterscotch pie.

On a full stomach, I can now choose the baked goods to take home. So much to choose from:
scones, tea biscuits, bread, cookies, pies, cakes, cinnamon rolls......
Lots of goodies from which to choose.

Cinnamon rolls.

Tea biscuits.
We always take home a strawberry/rhubarb pie.
Strawberry/rhubarb pie

A slice of "heaven".
And raisin bread for toast.
Raisin bread chock full of raisins.

Makes wonderful toast.
Lots of whole wheat bread which freezes beautifully.
One raisin loaf, eight whole wheat loaves (one for a neighbor).
We have enough baked goods for the next few weeks when we'll be having company, and then it'll be time to make another bread run to the Cedar House Bakery.

1 comment:

  1. Looks yummy. and forget about the
    calories 'cause who's counting...