Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Eight different types of bread are being recalled due to a faulty screen.
The Bimbo Bakeries companies are voluntarily recalling select bread products due to the possible presence of flexible wire in the bread caused by a faulty screen at a third party flour mill, according to a release from the company. Multiple products with "Best By" dates prior to and including Feb. 20 are being recalled in Pennsylvania, including the following: According to the release, consumers who have purchased the recalled product can return the product to its place of purchase for a full refund. For questions and concerns, call 1-800-984-0989 at any time 24 hours a day.
Thursday, July 7, 2011
The award-winning bakery proves that classic methods mixed with skill creates a delicious product.
Walking down Germantown Avenue you can smell the freshly baked bread and pastries inviting you to try the many varieties that Baker Street Bread, 8009 Germantown Ave., has to offer. Once you find yourself in the presence of the wall of bread that surrounds you there is little that you can do except pick the most desirable and enjoy. Baker Street Bread is an icon on Germantown Avenue where many late night drivers notice that the bakery’s lights are always on and the bakers are working throughout the night. Many area restaurants count on the talents of the Baker Street Bread crew for the freshly-baked bread and rolls, so that the denizens of Chestnut Hill can enjoy the carbohydrate goodness throughout the year. Although their name denotes …
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Moms know how tough it can be to find a bite to eat or snack when with little ones. Patch wants to help you know before you walk in the door if Baker’s Street is a good place to eat with your children.
Is there a kids’ menu? No. Children will find the chocolate chip muffins and cookies delightful. The artisan pizza is better than what you would find at your local chain. Are there healthy options on the kids’ meal? At a bakery that specializes in bread and other baked goods there isn’t a particularly healthy option. If eaten in moderation there definitely isn’t anything unhealthy here either. All the bread, cookies, and tomato pies are made from scratch without any harmful additives that you would find in most process foods. Is the restaurant so quiet that any childish outburst will draw attention or is there enough noise that a small cry is likely to go unnoticed? There is only outdoor seating so any noise your child may make will go…