La Brea Bakery – Breaking Bread Tour

Spreading the LOVE to all! 🙂  Hope everyone is starting their weekend out doing something fun.  A couple of good things happening this weekend…all food related of course.  The Taste of Edmonds and Seattle Street Food Festival in South Lake Union.  WOOT WOOT!!!

If you love bread look out for the Breaking Bread Tour truck in your area!  Check below for details and information on this delicious product.  Today they will be at the Taste of Edmonds and tomorrow in certain Bellevue locations passing out yummy samples and $1.00 off coupons.

PHOTO CREDIT: Matthew Petit/Feature Photo Service

PHOTO CREDIT: Matthew Petit/Feature Photo Service

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LA BREA BAKERY LAUNCHES BREAKING BREAD TOUR

NATIONWIDE FOOD TRUCK TOUR HEADS TO SEATTLE

WHAT: When it comes to bread, there’s nothing better than fresh-baked, artisan varieties. La Brea Bakery, the nation’s leader in artisan bread, has officially launched their Breaking Bread Tour, reminding foodies that nothing brings family and friends together like a quality meal. Through the Tour, La Brea Bakery will spread their top-of-the-line artisan breads and love for quality ingredients and inspired recipes across the country, creating opportunities for Americans to connect over bread. The Breaking Bread Tour kicked off in La Brea Bakery’s hometown of Los Angeles and will soon be departing for Seattle.

From August 13 through 16, Seattle consumers can taste a variety of La Brea Bakery breads and recipes from the Breaking Bread Tour food truck, such as Seedless Raspberry Jam and Almond Butter on a French Baguette and Salami and Sharp Cheddar Cheese on Rosemary Olive Oil bread. From there, La Brea Bakery will continue bringing their artisan breads to foodies across the country, with upcoming stops in Charlotte, Washington D.C., New York, Philadelphia and Boston. The latest on Tour stops can be found at breakingbreadtour.com.

More than 25 years ago, La Brea Bakery revolutionized artisan bread in the U.S., creating hearth-baked, handcrafted breads using simple ingredients and uncompromising standards. Today, La Brea Bakery offers more than 200 varieties of authentic artisan bread, from baguettes, ciabattas and focaccias, to loaves, sandwich breads, flatbreads and more.

WHEN & WHERE:            

Saturday, August 15, 2015:
–          11 a.m. – 6 p.m.: Taste of Edmonds, 310 6th Ave N, Edmonds, WA 98020

Sunday, August 16, 2015:
–          10:30 – 11:30 a.m.: Safeway/Albertsons, 300 Bellevue Way, NE Bellevue, WA 98004
–          12 – 1 p.m.: Bellevue Downtown Park area, Bellevue, WA 98004
–          1:45 – 2:45 p.m.: QFC, 3550 128th S.E. Ave, Bellevue, WA 98006
–          3:30 – 4:30 p.m.: QFC, 10116 N.E. 8th, Bellevue, WA 98004

 

NEW SURVEY REVEALS AMERICANS WANT TO SPEND QUALITY TIME TOGETHER OVER A GOOD MEAL

La Brea Bakery is Helping Americans Come Together and “Break Bread” this Summer with the Launch of the Cross-Country Breaking Bread Food Truck Tour

LOS ANGELES  – With today’s on-the-go lifestyle demanding more time from professionals, many are conflicted between staying plugged in and giving loved ones the undivided attention they deserve. La Brea Bakery, the nation’s top artisan bread brand, is seeking to remedy this challenge through the Breaking Bread Tour by providing consumers with a reason to slow down and embrace quality time with friends and family with the help of delicious artisan foods. In a new survey conducted by La Brea Bakery, 92 percent of Americans claim “breaking bread,” or eating a meal with others, provides a great opportunity to catch up with friends and family.

Starting July 30, 2015, La Brea Bakery is kicking off the Breaking Bread Tour, reminding foodies that nothing brings family and friends together like a quality meal. Americans often find it difficult to eat regular dinners with family and break away from technology during meals; only one-in-three (33 percent) say they are able to eat dinner around the table with their family without distractions. By bringing top-of-the-line artisan creations to cities across the country, La Brea Bakery will give Americans fresh recipes ideas to spark creativity in the kitchen and provide opportunities to connect over bread.

“At La Brea Bakery, we are committed to high quality ingredients to ensure only the finest breads and foods for our customers” said Jon Davis, Senior Vice President of Culinary Research and Innovation at La Brea Bakery. “We’ve always known bread is more than just food, it’s a part of traditions and connects loved ones and communities, which is exactly what we’re doing with the Breaking Bread Tour.”

La Brea Bakery aims to spread their love for quality ingredients and inspired recipes through the Breaking Bread Tour to bring artisan flare and foods across the country. During the Tour, the La Brea Bakery Food Truck will be stopping at various community events and grocery store partners, providing attendees with samples of La Brea Bakery breads, culinary creations, along with special offers.  The city stops along the cross-country Tour include:

  • Los Angeles July 30 – August 3
  • San Francisco August 7 – August 9
  • Seattle August 13 – August 16
  • Charlotte, N.C. August 28 – August 30
  • Washington, D.C. September 3 – September 6
  • New York September 10 – September 13
  • Philadelphia September 16 – September 17
  • Boston September 19 – September 20

With nearly three in four (71 percent) foodies claiming that a good meal always includes bread, La Brea Bakery is excited to give consumers new, innovative options to incorporate the hearty meal staple into their daily lives. During the Tour, an assortment of inspired artisan recipes highlighting La Brea Bakery breads will be sampled, including Seedless Raspberry Jam and Almond Butter on a French Baguette, Salami, Sriracha Aioli and Pepper Jack Cheese on Rosemary Olive Oil bread, and Tomato Herb Bruschetta atop a Tuscan Loaf. The recipes will feature ingredients from artisan partners, including cheese from Tillamook Cheese, jams and spreads provided by Stonewall Kitchen, and a variety of nut butters created by Justin’s.

When ranking top considerations for exceptional bread, consumers share the same values as La Brea Bakery, ranking high quality ingredients and delicious crust as top priorities. With a dedication to artisan tradition for more than 25 years, and pure ingredients in all 200 varieties of foods and breads, La Brea Bakery proudly offers a multitude of options, including dinner and telera rolls, baguettes and batards, ciabatta, focaccia, flatbreads, loaves, rounds, ovals, sandwich rolls, sliced artisan sandwich breads and Take & Bake breads. La Brea Bakery breads and foods can be found at grocery stores across the country.

For more information on La Brea Bakery, visit labreabakery.com. The latest on the Breaking Bread Tour, including tour stops, can be found at breakingbreadtour.com and consumers can also follow along on FacebookTwitter and Instagram. 

ABOUT LA BREA BAKERY
La Brea Bakery is regularly ranked as the nation’s premier artisan bread brand. Founded in 1989, La Brea bakery is recognized for its commitment to offering only high quality and authentic culinary experiences to consumers and food service professionals. La Brea Bakery revolutionized the modern artisan bread movement creating hearth-baked, handcrafted breads. The bakery operates a flagship storefront in Los Angeles and a casual dining restaurant in Anaheim. La Brea Bakery currently owns and operates five state-of-the-art artisan bakeries in the United States, producing thousands of pounds of bread daily. La Brea Bakery is owned by ARYZTA, a leading manufacturer and distributor of bread, buns, cookies, pizza and other premium baked goods.

Disclosure: I received no compensation for this post. 

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