For bread this week I should at least have organic British Farmhouse, Country French, Semolina in the sandwich loaf style, and the seeded sourdough, also in the sandwich loaf style. I am shooting for a few loaves of the parmesan-pepper rounds, too, which Gracie has been advising me to make more often.
I'll also have a fennel-golden raisin holiday loaf. It's really good!
I used the last of my lemons today on a bit of lemon cream, so I will have a small number of the lemon cream tarts available again. I've been playing around with a gluten-free cake topped with orange slices. They basically turn to marmalade in the oven. It's a bit tough to pull off in a rush, but I will try to have one.
I also made croissant dough today so I should have some kind of sweet croissant. Probably chocolate.
I ran out of knackebrod at my house so I whipped up more dough this morning; it's in its long overnight proof right now and I hope to fit in time to bake them for Thursday.
I will have oatmeal-pecan, chocolate chip, and Holiday Spice cookies.
If I have time, I'll try for just a few of the small banana bread/cakes. I owe one to K., one of my very first customers, who ordered one ahead last week that I accidentally sold before she arrived! I've been taking advantage of the great deals on ripe organic bananas at Ray's Market and I have some over-ripening to perfection on my counter.
Lastly, I'm going to try to have something involving chocolate. I just got my 10 lb. block of Guittard Bittersweet chocolate so am back in the chocolate business again, after a slight lull.
See you on Thursday, from 5-7 on Main Street!