Tuesday
Nov052013

Pre-Order Your Humble Bread For Pickup

Now that the Wellington Farmers' Market is over, we are at the time of year when we offer you our pre-ordered bread to be picked up at our bakeshop on Wilson Road on Saturday mornings. This way, we can continue to nourish folk in our area with the digestible and fermented goodness of naturally leavened breads. 

How it works:  You email us your order to orders@humblebread.com by 9pm Thursday evenings and pickup your freshly baked bread between 6am and noon on Saturday mornings.

 

Currently we are offering:       

Wilson Road Rye (650g) - $6.00

Sourdough Baguette (450g) - $5.00

Kalamata Olive (650g) - $8.00

Red Fife Loaf (700g) - $6.00

Whole Wheat Multigrain (650g) - $7.00

100% Rye (730g) - $7.00

Raisin Rye (650g) - $7.00

Sourdough Bagels (plain, poppy or sesame) - $9.00 per half doz

Please email your order by 9pm Thursday for the following

Saturday's pickup.  

If you'dlike to addedto our mailing list, please drop us a line : )

If you have any questions please feel free to email us.

Thanks for your continued support,


Henry & Natalie

 

 

 

Wednesday
Jul032013

Toronto Evergreen Brickworks Farmers Market - WINTER HOURS

Natalie and I are very excted to be part of the Evergreen Brickworks Farmers Market in Toronto. Every Saturday, we bring a selection of rye centric breads from our wood fired oven in Prince Edward County down the 401 to help feed the good people of Toronto. The market is open every Saturday from 8:00AM til 1:00PM and will change to a 9:00AM opening on November 8, 2014. The winter market operates indoors at the Brickworks and is a wonderful place to shop for wonderful organic foods from hard working and friendly Southern Ontario farmers, artisans and talented cooks. Evergreen Brickworks is located at 550 Bayview Avenue, Toronto in the Beautiful Don Valley. 

 

 

Wednesday
Jul032013

Wellington Farmers Market

The Wellington Farmers Market finished for the 2014 season on Thanksgiving Saturday.  Thanks to everyone who came by this year at the Wellington Farmers Market. It was  another great market season full of community sourced produce, food, crafts and friendship.  We look forward to next year's market season where we can conger with other vendors, County folk and visitors and celebrate the local bounty :)