To celebrate Real Bread Maker's Week, local micro baker and food columnist Vicky North will be launching Bake Club at The Coach House, St Dogmaels on Friday 17th May. Vicky will be available to discuss the scheme between 11.00-13.00hrs and subscription forms will be available.
What is Bake Club?
You sign up for a month's subscription to sourdough bread and then you get a weekly loaf baked just for you, ready to collect from the bread hub at the Coach House each Friday. The bread hub helps cut down on food miles and you can pick up a coffee and catch up with what's going on at the same time. You can also enrol for the treat of the week. Prettily boxed, this comes in quantities of four. It may be marzipan bakewell tarts, it may be divine chocolate brownies, it may be rose and almond Battenburg.
If you want to skip a week, no problem - just drop Vicky a line 48 hours in advance to skip a week.
Why subscription-based sales?
The idea is simple and comes from the American Community Supported Agriculture Model (CSA), a bit like a veg box scheme. You subscribe by paying a set amount of money up front and then Vicky is able to bake to order, reducing waste and inefficiency. This enables quality products to be made for a fair price.
Does Vicky bake the same bread and cake each week?
Vicky bakes a different type of bread each week such as San Francisco White, Mega Seed, Walnut and Rosemary, Pain de Campagne, Hazelnut and Raisin - so you get to enjoy a whole range of bread and cakes.
You can flag up any dietary requirements so Vicky can bake around you and you can rest assured that you may enjoy your bread and cake every week.
Bake Club Packages
Simply Sourdough: One month (4 deliveries) £13.00
Three months (12 deliveries, 5% discount) £37.00
Sourdough & Yum Yum: One month (4 deliveries) £20.00
Three months (12 deliveries, 5% discount) £57.00
Gift vouchers available.