|Yes, my daughter is the prize but look behind her!|
|Daughter, dawg, and breakfast.|
This is what a perfect bakery should look like. No commercial operations, not humm of machinery, but two guys working at making good things. There were non vegan options and heavy egg centric breakfast items also but there were vegan cupcakes, muffins, breads, foccacias, and cakes.
|Brother and niece finally make it on the blog. Notice the layers of foccacias on display on the top of the counter.|
|Vegan Chocolate Cupcake|
We took several other cupcakes including a blueberry and other chocolate. We took 3 foccacias for the road. The eggplant and onion was cut up. (It never made it to the car). The other two which did make it all the way to Vermont were the artichoke with olive, and the tomato and basil with rosemary.
This was some of the best bread I have ever had. It was light, tasty and had a perfect crust and crumb.
My breakfast was the Vegan House Special. I had the choice of slicing a foccacia in half and using the top and bottom as a sandwich or using a mini baguette. I opted for the second since we had already grabbed 3 foccacias for the road. The baguette was crusty and perfect with the filling. The olive paste was deliciously salty and the sun dried tomatoes paired perfectly with sweetness fro the onions and roasted peppers. The balsamic added another note of deep flavor and a touch of different sweet. It was a great sandwich and I wished I had a container of the filling to eat with a fork over a salad. These next pictures need no further words.
If you're anywhere in the Hudson Valley you should definitely make this a destination for some vegan treats. It's the kind of place you want to make a stop at on the way home too.
|Notice how many are left.|
Ooh that sounds so delicious! I absolutely love foccacia and of course chocolate cupcakes. Mmm.
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