I have posted a couple of times before about Feel Good Bakery (see posts entitled “feel good” and “feel good pies”), but I wanted to post again about my latest food adventures there.
On Saturday, I set out to get some bread to go with the broccoli soup with raisin cream I was making later that day (recipe found in this month’s issue of Food and Wine®). The selection at Feel Good is always great, but I decided to go with their seeded baguette for my soup and a currant walnut loaf for this week’s breakfast.
As I waited in line for a good 20 min in front of cases of these goodies, it was hard to not order everything when it became my turn.
SO, I got these:
1) A slice of their pomegranate tart – not as tart as lemon and delicious on a shortbread crust. It is even better when eaten chilled.
2) Cupcakes – red velvet with cream cheese frosting and a chocolate cupcake with salted caramel frosting. These cupcakes are as good as mine – moist and delicious but not too flaky where it completely falls apart when you take a bite (the trick is in the ratio of cake to all purpose flour). The frostings were not too sweet and had good flavor.
3) Macarons – today’s selection was chocolate and maple bacon. The maple bacon cream was bold and flavorful, and unlike anything I’ve ever had before!
So, once again – always good and never dissappoints. Can’t wait to go back!