Monday, April 15, 2013

Bread


We were running out of bread, so I went to Wildflour Bakery in Freestone to buy a few loaves of our favorite bread - four loaves each of the 100% rye with caraway and the whole wheat (you know how bread addicted we are). By now they know me there because I turn up around every three weeks to get my big order.

The entrance already promises of a rustic environment.


Inside it's just one huge room that is only divided by the counter. There is one big table in the customer area where you can sit and eat their sticky buns and scones and drink their excellent coffee (very strong). Behind the counter you can see all the bread and have a good view of the bakery itself, including the beautiful wood fired brick oven, the heart of the bakery.






One of the most important ingredients - the flour.


They also have beautiful gardens that invite for a stroll...


...and where you can sit in peace and enjoy your food and coffee.


But the best is, was and always will be - the bread!



17 comments:

111 LaLa Lane said...

Oh my, yum! Who doesn't love bread? Your's looks delicious!

Gloria in CA said...

I love bread too. I have been trying to cut back though. Now I want bread . Nice place too and I bet the scent was out of this world. Thanks for sharing your breadilicious outing.

Maria Ontiveros said...

All those photographs of bread look so good I used to visit friends up that way, long ago. I remember shopping in that little town.
Rinda

Orsolina said...

Lecker, und dann noch im Steinofen gebacken. Das muss ein herrlicher Duft in der Backstube gewesen sein.

LG Biggi

Elephant's Child said...

I have a passion for sourdough bread at the moment, but rye and carraway would be fine too.
That looks like a wonderful spot - with delectable bread as a bonus. A big bonus.

Hindustanka said...

I can't live without bread and especially without tasty loafs of brown! Those buns and other bread-like things look so yumm!

CJ STITCHING AND BLOOMS said...

The Bread looks like it would taste very very good. The peaceful sitting place looks like my kind of places. Hugs Judy

Willkommen auf meiner Kreativseite. said...

Es geht nichts über ein leckeres Stück Brot! Bei deinen Bildern läuft einem direkt das Wasser im Mund zusammen. Leider muss man Bäckereien, die noch naturgemäß backen, leider inzwischen suchen.

LG
Renate

Irmi said...

Ich kann auf Brot auch nicht verzichten.
Deine Fotos sind wunderschön.
Danke für deinen Besuch bei mir.
Mir gefällt es hier. Ich komme wieder.
Liebe Grüße schickt
Irmi

Ginnie said...

I'd be wild and crazy at a place like that, Carola. I can imagine how much it must feel like "home" to you there!

patty said...

What a wonderful feast for the senses!!

Rosemary Aubut said...

YUM! I can smell it baking from here! Great photos!

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Mmmh, sieht lecker aus. Wir essen gerne Brot - ich backe immer selber... mit Sauerteig.

Magic Love Crow said...

Oh WOW!!! I want to come and buy some bread! And, I want to go look at the wild flowers! What an amazing place! Thanks for sharing ;o)

Kokopelli said...

Great place! And of course you're bread addicted. All Germans are. Me, too. :)

see you there! said...

I'll have to put this bakery on my list of places to stop at the next time I make it over to your county.

Darla

LONDONLULU said...

This makes me so hungry and looks amazing! When I was younger, I could easily eat a whole loaf in one sitting:) Beautiful captures of one of civilizations most 'civilized' inventions!