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Flat Rock Village Bakery Bread

danna | Aug 19, 2005 08:41 AM

I'm continuing this under a new thread title so others can see it, although it is mainly in response to mark's question about Bread at Flat Rock.

They offer other breads I didn't mention, but it's on a rotating schedule, so you never know. There is also a seeded loaf and an apricot pecan loaf, and probably others I've forgotten. In addition to the fantastic scones (chocolate chip, apricot and lemon zest are my favorites), they make bagels, muffins (banana nut is particularly good), rasin/nut rolls, apple cinnamon gooey things, biscotti...oh so good. Their dark roast coffee calls me as well.

As for sourdough,I THINK that the Poilane-type bread is classified as a sourdough, as is the cranberry pecan, but I am not sure, and they are definitely not your typical soft white sourdoughs. You should call. I believe the baker's name is Scott. The number is 828-693-1313.

All this in addition to the pizza. I have never had their sandwiches, but I friend of mine who just moved back to NC after many years in Manhattan (I think this gives her critical authority) says their avacado sandwich is great. The place has developed quite a following. I make the 30 minute drive specifically to buy bread whenever I have a party. Last time there was a lady in line behind me who came from Spartanburg for the same purpose.

I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

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