Holiday Wholesale Items

April:

easter kulich breadKULICH. Our version of the tall, sweet Russian Easter bread, once prepared for Tsar Royalty. Our version is made with candied fruit peels, almonds, raisins and more. Disclaimer: No pitiful Russian peasant/serfs have been beaten or forced into submission during the making our Kulich.
Available during Easter.


easter hot cross bunsHOT CROSS BUNS. Sweet, yeast leavened and made with raisins and spiced. Our buns are based on the fourteenth century Saxon recipe created to honor the goddess Eostre, although we no longer add the traditional Medieval ox blood and salted toad to our recipe. Bonus: If taken on a sea voyage, hot cross buns are said to protect against shipwreck.
Available during Easter.


March:

IRISH SODA BREAD
Our biggest holiday seller. Made the traditional Irish way but with the Bread & Cie. twist which includes raisins and other special ingredients.
Available during the week(s) before St. Patrick’s Day.

 


Winter:

Round Holiday ChallahRound Holiday Challah. Plain and Raisin.
If left to our own devices during the Jewish High Holiday season, we at Bread & Cie. Just LOVE to symbolize the circle of the life and nature as well as the cycle of a new year with our round braided challah. OK…OK…. Maybe this wasn’t our idea originally. Maybe some rabbi in the holy land preempted us by a few thousand years. In any case, we like this symbolic tradition and love braiding all the round challot (pl. of ‘challah’) we can at this time of year.
Available Selected Jewish Holidays.


Chocolate Cherry Christmas BreadCHOCOLATE-CHERRY CHRISTMAS BREAD
Dark Belgium chocolate and sweet cherries in a buttery brioche-type dough.
As specified in the Geneva Convention, we are only allowed to bake this insanely rich and delicious bread once a year.
Available at Christmas time only


Bread and Cie's Fresh PanettonePANETTONE. Made fresh. Daily.
Christmas and New Year’s Bread Party Like It’s 1999 In Milan!
Our bakers bring out the best of traditional Panettone using an assortment of candied and crystalized fruits and raisins. But sotto voce: the real secret is in the ricotta cheese we use. We find it adds complexity and moisture to this spcial holiday bread.
Available at Christmas time only


Special Holiday Fruit CakeHOLIDAY BAKING HISTORY MADE!
Bread & Cie. creates A DELICIOUS HOLIDAY FRUIT CAKE.
Not just door stops or re-gifting items anymore — our fruit cakes are moist and tasty and riddled with sugared fruit and soaked in Napoleon brandy. Did I mention ‘soaked in brandy’? So experience this Christmas through a scrumptious holiday haze thanks to our re-imagined HOLIDAY FRUIT CAKE.


Holiday dinner roll vineHOLIDAY DINNER ROLL GRAPE VINE CLUSTERS
10 rolls decoratively arranged in the shape of a grape cluster. A unique and appetizing way to serve bread at your holiday dinner table. Or can be worn on your shirt as a huge broach (gigundo safety pin for clothes attachment not included).

Comes in three flavors: French; Levain (peasant sourdough wheat); Rosemary/Olive Oil.

Available Thanksgiving and Christmas


dinner roll bread treeAttention GRAPE CLUSTER HATERS:
Now! Finally! A solution for all you!
Hate your dinner rolls arranged in a festive grape cluster?
Our holiday roll arrangement is now reversible!
Converts instantly into a Christmas tree!
(Instructions available upon request)


Bread and Cie Stuffing with recipeStuffing
Let me say it again: Stuffing. Love the word. So solid, plain and simple. Stuffing in a plastic bag.
Our stuffing is made from a special assortment of our plain and seasoned breads and then air-dried.

Also attached: Our favorite stuffing recipe.

Stuffing available Thanksgiving and Christmas. If you like stuffing.


Fruit BreadCRANBERRY/PUMPKIN/ WALNUT BREAD
A Bread & Cie. Holiday Tradition. We use real cranberries… not sweetened and dried. This is just one of the elements that makes this bread complex and interesting and a perpetual holiday favorite at Bread & Cie.


 

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