Bread and Bread Rolls

So when you buy your loaf of “Fresh” Bread or Bread Rolls, do you ever ask yourself the question.

“Where was this loaf last night?”

Here’s some possible answers:

Was it already on the shelf in the store (for who knows how long).

In a Truck maybe coming from a warehouse or distribution centre.

Maybe thawing before being baked.

So then you start wonder “How Fresh is it really?”

Or “Well it must be fresh otherwise a preservative would need to be added to keep it “Fresh”, How do they do get it to last if they claim its preservative free”

If you care enough, you can find those answers online how this can be done without adding to the dough.

There is an alternative to ensure the Bread you get is freshly made.

By time most people in our Town are in bed, our Bread, Bread Rolls and Buns are still just flour in a bag.

This means the loaf of Bread, Bread Rolls, or BunsĀ  you buy in the morning are less than 24 hours old.

So next time you buy a Bread Product ask yourself “How Fresh is this Bread, and how much longer will it still be palatable.

What Flour do we use?

The Flour we use is unbleached and made from Australian grain.

Our Flour comes from an Australian and Family owned flour mill. http://benfurney.com/

 

Potato, Ham, and Cheese Sausage Roll

Sounds a mouth full because it is.

We cut the top open of our regular sausage roll, and pipe Freshly Mashed Potato down the centre. Then we top it off with Shredded Ham and melted “Aussie Jack” Cheese.

Of course, if you think you can fit them in. You can always get “Mushy Peas” added at no extra cost. Also you are welcome to have some complimentary Tomato or Barbecue sauce.

In case your wondering we do offer this as a 1/2 size as well.

Sausage Roll

Our Sausage Rolls are made using Puff Pastry rolled in our bakery.

We use meat from our local butcher.

The answer to theĀ  question we are often asked about our filling we use. There is “No Onion”.

Because we make our own sausage rolls we offer a variety of sizes.

Our Standard size is around 160mm.

If you just want one as a side snack, we normally have half size on offer (baked at 1/2 size so you have the crunchy bit on each end).

Of course don’t be shy to ask if you want your sausage roll to have our complementary “Mushy Peas”.

If you need them to be bite size for a function platter (1/4), that’s do-able.

Apple Turnovers

Our Apple Turnovers have a diced fresh Australian Apple filling encased with our own Puff Pastry rolled in our Bakery.

You can have the option to have them how they are, or cream filled. Either fresh whipped or our own mock cream. Not to forget the light dusting of icing mixture.

Meat Pies

Looking for a Meat Pie.

We fill our Pies with meat from our local butcher (just around the corner).

Whether it be a Beef Mince Pie or a Chunky Steak Pie (Chunkie’s), we have a wide variety of flavoured toppings to choose from.

Plain, Bacon & Cheese, Bacon, Curry, Mushroom, Potato, Tomato & Onion.

(Just on a side note, for our potato, we use freshly peeled and mashed “spuds”).

Along with those flavours, in our Chunky Pie have Pepper, and Pepper & Mushroom (yeah I know “written weird”).

If its a good old Kidney Pie your looking for. We have a Chunky Beef & Kidney is in our range. We consider this pie to be part of our Gourmet Range, meaning it is limited batch’s and stocks, normally only available in the cooler months between Easter and September School Holidays.

We also offer a Chicken and Vegetable Pie (using Fresh Chicken Breast).

We make our pie bottoms and tops from “scratch” from our own pastry rolled onsite. .

If its ‘Mushy Peas” (Yes! you guessed it, cooked here at our bakery) you want. Just like Tomato or Barbie Sauce we offer it as complementary (Free with any Savory purchase).

Family size mince Pies (usually frozen) are available for taking home to accompany ‘Mashed Potato & Vege’s” or Chips & Gravey. * (serving suggestion only).

Just on a side note if you are after a great “Chunky Beef Family Pie”, we suggest you call into our local Butcher “Blackall Street Butchery”.