Archive | September 2010

Lancaster Market on the 18th

Hello Everyone!

Roger Maykut at North Country orchard will be selling Polish Princess apple pies and breads baked with North Country apples. He also has fresh cider and crisp hard cider for sale, pumpkins , honey and other local food and some crafts. Visit his store at Bray Hill in Whitefield.

I will have corn bread and fresh tomato-rosemary focaccia for sale this Saturday.

See you Saturday,

Magda

Last market in Berlin.

Thank you to everyone who was supporting my micro bakery at Berlin Farmers Market. It was a great summer on Mechanic Street. I met wonderful people who are very enthusiastic about fresh natural breads. Today, I am bringing for you a fall special-Corn bread, made with freshest corn meal from Littleton Grist Mill.

For those of you who got addicted to Polish Princess Breads,I will bake every Thursday and deliver  to Greeting Jewelers on 107 Main St. at 3 PM. Please note, this is only per order service!

Deadline for ordering is  Monday 8 PM, on September 23rd I will offer : Lancaster Common, Multigrain, Silesian Rye, Ricotta and Oatmeal.

If you want to place an order or you need more information about ordering  don’t hesitate to call me 603-788 2251 or email: princess@polishprincessbakery.com.

Thank you Berlin!

New breads for fall

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Today in Lancaster I’m bringing focaccia topped with freshly picked cherry tomatoes, herbs and fleur de sel (French sea salt). I also have a new bread: semolina topped with onions and an Italian cheese blend. We devoured a sample this morning fresh out of the oven – I think you’ll love it! See you at the market!

This entry was posted on September 11, 2010, in News and tagged .

Thank you!

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Thank you for another busy and successful market – see you again this week! With the end of summer comes new ingredients and ideas for autumn special breads….

This entry was posted on September 6, 2010, in News.

MicroCredit New Hampshire

I was accepted into this year’s Coos County Entrepreneurial Program at MicroCredit New Hampshire. We’ve met each month since January 2010, and it’s been a huge help for me in learning to grow the business side of Polish Princess Bakery, not just the baking. The program culminates in October with the development and presentation of my business plan.

In addition to the training, a huge benefit of the program has been getting to know my peers in the community who also have new and growing businesses. What a vibrant and interesting business community we have here in the North Country!

Right now I’m finishing up my business plan for the big presentation on Monday, September 13th. Wish me luck!

This entry was posted on September 6, 2010, in News.

Last days of summer…

I just cut all my garden basil and turned it all into pesto. This is a last batch of basil pesto bread I am going to bake this summer. For those of you who just cannot get parted with this lovely bread I recommend getting a big supply of the green sauce from Lois Cardin from Herb Sense at Lancaster Market .She does a great job tending her herbs and turning them into delicious pestos. You can spread them on my breads and enjoy them in the fall.

Last week, I got a wonderful  bundle of fresh rosemary from my Berlin customer-look for a bread called Panmarino on Thursday and Saturday.

That would be all for my special breads this week, the rest is as usual: Multigrain-loaded with seeds and grains-nutricious and yummy, Lancaster Common- that goes with everything , my polish Silesian Rye with 40% stone ground whole rye from local mill, Oatmeal bread lightly sweetened with honey and of course Ricotta bread! Let’s not forget my delicious onion rolls-Bialys- with a pool of roasted onions in a center.

See you at the Markets!!!!

Magda