bakerly began when Julien and Fabian, two Bretons (from Brittany, in the North West of France) decided to combine their efforts and talents to convince American consumers that crêpes, brioches, and other traditional French products deserved a place in every American household. Read the full post on: www.preparedfoods.com
“bakerly’s brioche is made to rigorous baking techniques that have been passed down through generations of French bakers” This November, bakerly will be releasing a new line of products: the family line of brioches. In this family you will find a variety of different brioche breads. There will be sliced brioche, hand braided brioche, soft […]
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“With bakerly, American consumers can now experience crêpes, brioches, and croissants made without additives or preservatives.” If you want to read more about the Transat’s piece on bakerly, here is the link: www.thetransat.com
Yes, yes, we sailed across the Atlantic in 8 days, 8 hours, 54 minutes, 39 seconds thanks to the great sailor Francois Gabart. If you are interested and want to read up on the race, you can go to the Telegraph’s website. Here is the link: www.telegraph.co.uk