Ben's Bread is committed to supporting our community and local grain economy through bake sales of our artisan sourdough breads and baked goods. We have cultivated close relationships with local growers and millers to bring to you the freshest, most flavorful baked goods around.
Here is just a sampling of some of the items you'll find at our pop-ups:
The Maestro. The loaf that put us on the map. Small's Family Farm (Yakima, WA) bread flour and Cairnspring Mills (Skagit Valley, WA) yecora rojo, water, sourdough culture and salt. That's it, and it...is...good.
Seeded Sourdough. Our signature Maestro loaf coated in fennel, caraway, sesame and poppy seeds from Villa Jerada.
Caraway Rye. A mixture of Small's Family Farm bread flour and Cairnspring Mills medium rye flour, sourdough culture, a peppering of toasted caraway and a splash of sorghum. Our longest lasting bread (assuming you don't eat it all immediately).
Benne Miso Scallion. Country-style loaf with a miso-spiked natural leaven, enhanced with fresh scallions and liberally coated with benne seeds. If you can believe it, it's even better than it sounds.
Ciabatta. Our sourdough take on a classic Italian bread. Perfect for sandwiches. Uses only flour from Cairnspring Mills, salt, water and a splash of olive oil.
Struan. Local bread flour, an assortment of whole grains, sourdough culture and cornmeal with a poppy seed crust and just a touch of yogurt and honey magic.
Honey Oat. For this light and fluffy levain loaf we combine sourdough culture and local flours from Small's Family Farm in Walla Walla and Fairhaven Mills in Bellingham to create some sweet oat-filled goodness.
English Muffins. A blend of local flours from Small's Family Farm and Cairnspring Mills, sourdough culture, and a dusting of cornmeal. Plus the butter you're going to slather all over them.
Parker House Rolls. Those classic holiday rolls you can't live without on the big day! The perfect accompaniment to all of your family's favorites. Also good by themselves when you need to sneak away from family for a minute...