The folks over at All Good Bakers are very generous people. Britin recently contacted me about offering to give something to a lucky derryX.com reader. There was lots of flexibility in what she was willing to offer, and I proposed the idea of bringing things back to basics.
Sure, they offer some sandwiches, grilled cheeses, soups, and other baked goods, always remaining dedicated to local and sustainable agriculture and ingredients, but, at the heart of it, the bread is a focal point for All Good Bakers. They can’t make their sandwiches or grilled cheese without it, and, if you’re going to walk in and purchase something, a loaf of bread is something you can get lots of mileage out of.
On any given day, there are about a handful of different loaves available. Those normally include the following:
- Hearty multi-grain
- Rye w/ molasses and caraway
- Honey wheat
- French baguettes
- Country French sourdough
So who wants to win some bread?
Comment below with an idea of how you’d use a loaf of All Good Bakers bread. You can be as elaborate you want or you can keep it simple; if the best idea you have is to make toast, that shouldn’t preclude you from winning bread. Make sure that an email address that you frequently check is included along with your response; that’s how we’re notifying the winner. The winner will be randomly selected.
YOU HAVE UNTIL FRIDAY AT MIDNIGHT TO ENTER!
The winner will win one loaf of bread from All Good Bakers.
I’ll kick it off.
Country French sourdough bread, lightly toasted in a pan with some extra virgin olive oil, topped with chunks of 85% dark chocolate spiked with orange peel and some flakes of Maldon sea salt [something I put together that was inspired by my late uncle Frank’s deep appreciation for bread eaten with chocolate.]