It's the most wonderful time of the year here in Burlington, Vermont! Our bakers are gearing up with many bakery favorites and some new products that will surely become classics.
Freshly baked Stollen is a sweet bread filled with apricots, cranberries, walnuts and currants and dusted lightly with powdered sugar. Other breads include Cranberry Pecan, Brioche Rolls and 7Grain Rolls.
We also have Christmas Cookies, Maple Walnut Pie, Pumpkin Pie, and Apple Cheddar Cheese Pie. Morning treats include Cinnamon Rolls by the pan and Sour Cream Coffee Cake.
WE ARE NOW TAKING PRE-ORDERS FOR PICK UP DEC. 17-24
Ordering options: Drop off form at the bakery, call 802-540-0060 or email@example.com
The chill is in the Vermont air, and we've had to roll the big doors down a few times. But that means it's nice and toasty in the bakery now! Some new delicious products have joined the ranks, including MAGIC BARS, loaded with toasted coconut, Belgian chocolate and a delicious cookie crust.
Also, it's time for our popular APPLE GALETTES, made with fresh Vermont apples, frangipane, and a flaky crust. They go fast, so come early or order ahead at 802-540-0060.
Welcome to August First! We're a locally owned bakery and cafe in downtown Burlington, VT. We create everything from scratch, and serve it in our bright, welcoming bakery here on South Champlain Street. If you're looking for a casual restaurant to grab a cup of coffee and a baked good, or a nice lunch (soup, sandwiches, paninis) to enjoy with friends, we're your place.
*Top 10 Innovative Bakeries* - Modern Baking Magazine
*Best of New England* - Yankee Magazine
OPEN SAT. 12/24 8am-11am, Breakfast, Coffee, Pastries, Holiday Baked Goods.
CLOSED SUN 12/25 & MON 12/26 Open Tues 12/27 at 7:30am
Christmas Cookies, Stollen, Cranberry Pecan Bread, and Chocolate-Peppermint Whoopie Pies, baked from scratch daily here at August First. The perfect gift for co-workers, teachers, neighbors and friends.
We add a modern touch to heirloom recipes to create the best Christmas cookies ever. Baked from scratch with only the finest ingredients, and packaged in beautiful gift boxes with bows.
Russian Tea Cakes, Triple Mint Chocolate, Ginger-Ginger, German Springerle (Anise cookies), and Chocolate Chip Walnut.
$11 a dozen (2 tea cakes = I cookie) or the August First Gift Box of 36 assorted cookies for $24
Available at the bakery, or pre-order to assure availability.
Our popular Stollen is back! An authentic yeasted bread loaded with rum-soaked cranberries, apricots, currants, and toasted almonds. Dusted with powdered sugar. A real treat!
Stollen: $14 loaf, available at the bakery, or by pre-ordering
CHOCOLATE PEPPERMINT WHOOPIE PIES
What can we say? Rich chocolate cakes with a double-mint cream filling.
$3/ea. 6 for $15 12 for $29 Available at the bakery, or pre-order.
Place your order for Thankgiving treats from the bakery! August First has 7Grain Rolls, Sourdough Rolls, Apple Galettes (small and large), Pumpkin Roll, Pumpkin Ginger Whoopie Pies, Cranberry Pecan Bread, and Cookies.
Call 540-0060, fax 802-881-0185, or stop by the bakery to place your order. Order by 4pm on Friday, Nov. 21st for pick up on Monday, Tuesday, or Wed. before Thanksgiving. Pick up hours are 8-5 Monday, 8-5 Tuesday, and 8-11am on Wednesday.
Performer Rusty DeWees
Interviewed by Bess O’Brien
Rusty DeWees is Vermont’s gem of an entertainer, comedian, actor and performer. Rusty has been performing his One Man Comedy Show “The Logger” for 15 years to sold out houses throughout New England and has appeared in more than 25 films. Join us for a rollicking and intimate look at how Rusty crafts VT stories and film characters.
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3 at 7:00 PM
Writer Katherine Paterson
Interviewed by Bess O’Brien
Katherine Paterson is the author of more than 30 books including16 novels for children and young people. She has twice won the Newbery Medal, for Bridge to Terabithia in 1978 and Jacob Have I Loved in 1981. She is the winner of two National Book Awards. Her novel, The Day of the Pelican was the Vermont Reads selection for 2010. Learn about how Katherine develops character and story and what it was like to have one of her books adapted into a Hollywood movie.
Writer Howard Frank Mosher
Interviewed by Jay Craven
Using ironic humor, complex characterization, and surprising dramatic twists, Howard Mosher has written 10 novels that invite readers into his magical world of Kingdom County, Vermont. (Sneak Preview! Howard will read from his new story, Nights of Temperance.) Filmmaker Jay Craven has adapted four Mosher stories and is about to take on another–Northern Borders. Tune in to go behind the scenes.
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 17 at 7:00 PM
Journalist Jane Lindholm
Interviewed by Jay Craven
Vermont native Jane Lindholm returned home after stints at public radio’s Talk of the Nation, Weekend Edition, and Marketplace. At VPR, she has developed Vermont Edition into a probing and revealing radio journal that connects and informs listeners throughout the region. Join us as we interview the interviewer.
There's something just gorgeous about the first days of summer in Vermont. As much as we all love winter, we love the natural, spontaneous celebration that comes with the embrace of summer's warmth. Here at the bakery, we mark the beginning of the season with a few different mini-celebrations of our own. The first time the big garage doors are lifted up, and the first ride of the bread bike.
The Bread Bike is having a great season so far! Gabi and Jens, our faithful riders, cover most of the city on their Monday-Friday routes. We started a new baguette bake schedule so that freshly baked bread is coming out of the oven around 3pm, just in time for delivery by bike. For anyone not familiar with our bread bikes, they're just like an ice cream truck, but with bread and a bike! You hear a sing-song, "BREAD FOR SAAAAALE!" and the ring of a bell, look out your door, and there's the bike, loaded with freshly baked bread, pastries and cookies. It's a lot of fun for the riders, and a great joy to the people who get delicious bread at their door.
So have a great summer, everyone!