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Boise bakery [Moved from Pacific Northwest board]

jsaimd | Jul 20, 200604:09 AM     7

Coming back to Boise (grew up there) and I am catering my family reunion. I am looking for a couple of places to get great ingredients. I am from the Bay Area and we are spoiled with CSA boxes every week and the such, we want the same quality and I am sure Boise has some great places to offer. So, Boise chowhounds - please, let me in on the secrets.

1. Bread - basic good quality bread at a great price. If I were in California, I would head out to Trader Joes and get some Grace Bakery or Acme Bread if that helps...
2. Stellar fruit. We are thinking stone fruits (peaches, nectarines, plums?). The catch is that we come in the day of one meal, so we need to be able to buy at peak.

Ideas?

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