The new year begins!
We are up and running again, fires burning!
HOW to CANCEL your BREADSHARE!
It is strange, but once you have signed up for a breadshare, there is only ONE WAY to end it! Luckily, it’s easy! Just CONTACT US and say “cancel.” It’s that easy! If you DON’T CANCEL your share, we just keep baking for you, and your account goes into the red. Not so good.
WHY DO WE HAVE THE SYSTEM SET UP THIS WAY? IS IT “PUSHINESS” AND A RABID MARKETING TEAM?
NO. WE HAVE IT SET UP THIS WAY BECAUSE WE CANNOT SET IT UP ANY OTHER WAY. HONESTLY, WE FIND IT ANNOYING AND COUNTER-INTUITIVE. WE ARE SORRY THAT WE HAVE TO LIVE WITH IT, AND WE ARE EXTRA SORRY THAT YOU HAVE TO LIVE WITH IT. WE APOLOGIZE!
BUT IT IS STILL LIKE THAT.
IF YOU WANT TO CANCEL YOUR BREADSHARE, YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO.
NEW RETAIL LOCATIONs FOR OUR BREAD!
We are SO excited to announce that the P&C Fresh in East Hill Plaza is now carrying our bread! We'll be delivering Tuesdays and Fridays to their store!
In addition - we are ALSO at Mimi's Attic on Tuesdays & Fridays, and the Cornell Orchards store now carries our pasta & granola.
martha stewart? Wide Awake Bakery on Martha Stewart?
Are you kidding?
Wide Awake Bakery in the News!
Our Winter 2019/2020 baking classes are open for enrollment and are featured locally… This Winter’s 'Intro to Rye’, ‘Pastry Intensive’ and “Building a Bakery” are all highly recommended by the folks at Maguire Auto in Ithaca!
The folks at Bread Magazine have a great free newsletters (we'd encourage anyone to sign up!) that compiles interesting articles, websites and podcasts related to bread every week. Recently, they included an article from Lancaster Farming called "Artisan Breads Can Be Made in Every Oven", and we got a mention within the article! Check it out here: "Artisan Breads Can Be Made in Every Oven"
We're thrilled to be mentioned in two recent articles about local grains and the local food movement:
"Heritage and ancient grain project feeds a growing demand" from the Cornell Chronicle and
"Atlas Bowl's "locavore" special brings the Trumansburg farmers market to the table" from the Ithaca Voice