Friday, October 2, 2009

Cakes for Cause: Our Focaccia Has Run Amok

Yes, because we forgot all about our email last week we are being punished by our breads. However, it’s a good thing for you this week…we have gargantuan focaccia so if you’re looking for a unique sandwich bread or would like to sit around in your living room and dip bread into olive oil, we have the loaves for you at the Farmer’s Markets this week. Of course, we’re experimenting with our new ovens and are pretty excited at how great they work so we have lots of our other great products too. It’s also a bonus week since we’ll be selling outside the new café on Saturday for In the Street. Did you ever wonder why no one sells breakfast at Frederick’s largest festival of the year? Well, this year we’ve got it covered with scones, cookies, coffee, lemonade and iced tea (and the infamous Arnold Palmer). Three venues and lots of opportunity to support Cakes for Cause:

Downtown Frederick (Shab Row)
Thursdays 3-6 on East Street at Church Street

West Frederick
Saturdays 10-1 on Baughman’s Lane behind the Quality Inn on Route 40 in Frederick

In the Street
Saturday 9-5 (or until the food runs out)
Moxie Bakery & Café, 629 North Market Street (next to the fountain)

October 17th is Just Around the Corner
We know we have two weeks and 1.5 days left until our grand opening but do you have your calendar marked for our big day? We’ll throw open our doors and welcome you into the space that we’ve been waiting for for the past year and a half. She looks beautiful, we’ve taken her out on a couple of test runs already and we’re ready to be a part of the vibrant North End Community every day (we think). Set your alarm clocks early for the ribbon cutting and the rush for the door. If you bring out your lawn chairs and camp out, we’ll hook you up with coffee and cocoa whenever you get there. We’ll have specials and drawings all day and we hope you’ll join us.

Knitty McKnitten...
Do you like to knit? Are you obsessed with yarn? This week might be your week at the West Frederick Farmer's market with a Wool to Yarn - Spinning Demo. One of our own vendors, Rose of Whitmore Farm and her friends will be spinning wool fleece into yarn using spinning wheels and drop spindles. You will get to see the art of spinning and learn how the fleece of a sheep or other fiber animal is transformed into yarn to knit, crochet and felt. Some of their creations and crafts will also be available for purchase. The rain date is October 10th. It's very zen and appropriate for fall crafts!

Cakes For Cause

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