Tuesday, August 06, 2013

wild flour

Edible Sac video of BLT/Pangaea anniversary event with bonus Mike C. footage at the end.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2d5v0il3kPI

We went to Bodega Bay before Jerry Day. There is a bakery in Freestone called Wild Flour that is one of my top three favorite bakeries in the world.  Tartine probably has the best bread (although I have not ever been there to buy it and I think the process would stress/bum me out), Brick Maiden in Point Reyes Station and Wild Flour.  You really have to go to Wild Flour, preferably now.  It's open Th-Sun 830-430. Why oh why can't we get a world class bakery? Masullo should open one as his background is in baking.  I went to Masullo last night and it was just as good as usual. He has a pizza called the liddy right now with mozz, pesto and tomatoes, cooked really lightly to bring out the sweetness and juice. yummerz.
 They have a garden out back with picnic tables.  Oh no big deal just go pick some lavender and make...
 a warm rasberry nectarine lavender scone. Pretty much everything they serve is still warm since they are baking right out in the open when you come in (at least in the morning)  They serve a daily bread called a fougasse which is loaded with cheese and all kinds of stuff, and then simpler breads like wheat, rye, various seeded breads etc.
 More of the garden
 Here's what it looks like. Pretty nondescript.


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

My friend told me there is a great secret bakery in town with Tartine-quality bread. I will get you the info. Maybe they will one day open a place. I will get the scoop.

-adk

DJ Rick said...

Now everyone's gonna wanna know (such as me (please?)).

Anonymous said...

SECRET BAKERY!

beckler said...

secret pep talk blog still chugging along below

Anonymous said...

Yes, but where are the Jerry Day!!!! Pictures?

Alicia Relles said...

i love wild flour. buying bread from tartine is not so painful. we should go sometime. i will cry while you feast. open faced sandwiches of deliciousness.

beckler said...

I left my phone in the car plus you can't really capture Jerry Day in pictures. It's a feast for all the senses.