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Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Three Sisters Bakery- Gluten Free Goodies & more

3 Sisters Artisan Bakery Lemony Almond Macaroons
Mmmmm... The perfect macaroon, "crunchy toasted coconut on the outside, chewy goodness on the inside". One poor soul in this house can't have gluten or dairy, so I plan to post occasional recipes and local finds directed to that crowd. Besides, have I mentioned that I have a sweet tooth? 

Three Sisters Artisan Bakery makes delicious baked goods, with many items that are gluten-free! Besides their bakery, you can find their breads served at local restaurants, like West End Cafe, the funkadelic Breakfast of Course (Mary's Too!) , where they use a variety of their breads for such dishes as the "3 Sister's 
chocolate-swirl brioche topped with Nutella ganache, caramelized bananas & toasted hazelnuts." (My mouth is watering.)

At the French Country inspired Screaming Rooster, (formerly the location of Mary's, Of Course),  they use 3 Sisters bread in their Pumpkin Oatmeal french toast. (more drool)

You can also find their "cheese stars" and other baked goodies at a/perture Cinema on 4th Street in downtown Winston-Salem.

Sisters artisan breads can be found back at local farmers markets this summer, and all year in such Winston-Salem area shops as Washington Perk & Provisions, Mostly Local Market (Lewisville) and Reynolda Farm Market, where I bought these tangy little lemony almond gluten-free macaroons. They've recently expanded to two shops in Salisbury as well: 
 Sweet Meadow Cafe and Tastebuds Coffee Shop. Other 3 Sisters Bakery gluten-free options include Teff bread and cinnamon raisin bread. You may call, email or facebook 3 Sisters Artisan Bakery for special orders which you may pick up at Reynolda Farm Market.
3 Sisters focaccia and breads at Washington Perk & Provision Co.


Three Sisters Artisan Bakery
(336) 978-5079

West End Cafe

Breakfast of Course (Mary's Too!)
Screaming Rooster
a/perture Cinema
Reynolda Farm Market
Washington Perk & Provisions
Mostly Local Market

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