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Hearth Wood Fired Bread

Eddie Van Hungry | Nov 10, 2011 04:04 PM

Discovered these folks last year and absolutely loved the bread they were making, especially the French Country Loaf. I even took a trip down to their shop in Plymouth to check it out. A very friendly woman there happily talked to me about the place, even took me into the back to see the enormous wood bread oven. It's amazing. Really special product.

2 questions:
I was buying this bread regularly at the Fruitcenter in Milton, but they have stopped carrying it (lack of demand they claim). Does anyone know where Hearth bread can be purchased retail, either in Boston or the South Shore? It's not listed on their website.

Also, a month or so ago I bought one of their loaves at the Milton Farmer's Market and thought that the loaf was much different than I recalled eating when I first found them. Instead of a deep, very crusty, deeply slashed loaf with wonderful flavor and a beautiful creamy interior, this one was much more pedestrian...just lightly browned on the outside, thin crust and a bit of a dry, crumby interior. A bummer. Can anyone verify if they have changed their method / recipe? I certainly hope not.

Thanks.

EVH

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Hearth Wood Fired Bread
123-2 Camelot Dr, Plymouth, MA 02360

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