Thursday, May 26th: A Casual Evening of Conversation, Music, Food & Wine

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May

Thursday, May 26th: A Casual Evening of Conversation, Music, Food & Wine

Join Us in the Garden for a Casual Evening of Conversation, Music, Food & Wine Thursday, May 26th from 5:30-8pm @ Brickmaiden Breads Bakery 40 Fourth Street, Point Reyes Station (off The Commons) Wine tasting with West of Temperance winemakers John King & Brian Ojalvo: West of Temperance is a new Napa Valley/ Marin based […]

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16
Mar

New Bread Workshops Announced!

One Day Beginning-intermediate Sourdough Bread workshop: Sunday, April 17th. 10am-5pm This 1-day workshop for beginning-intermediate bakers is a thorough training in high hydration sourdoughs. We’ll spend the day in a hands-on examination of all the critical steps in traditional bread-making process. We’ll also discuss the science of sourdough culture, the history of bread-making, and sourdough […]

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28
Jan

2-day Workshop May 21-22

Taught by Brickmaiden Breads’ founding baker, Celine Underwood, this is an in-depth 2-day workshop for intermediate to more advanced bakers. Working with a variety of doughs and techniques including different whole grains, we will mix, form & bake our loaves. Time will be given for a more in-depth discussion on recipe building, baker’s percentage, starter care/treatment and […]

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15
Jan

Sourdough Workshop March 20th

Taught by Brickmaiden Breads’ founding baker, Celine Underwood, this 1-day workshop for beginning-intermediate bakers will introduce hand mixing, shaping & scoring techniques for high hydration sourdoughs. We will bake our loaves in a commercial wood-fired bread oven. We will discuss home baking practices, developing your own starter and managing its care. Attendees will take home […]

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13
Dec

December Bake Schedule

Brickmaiden is at the San Rafael Civic Center Farmers’ Market today!! Its storming, but we are there! Unfortunately its been raining and is supposed to rain every Sunday this month so far! However, we are still attending the Sunday Civic Center market, unless you see a Facebook post telling you otherwise.  We will NOT be […]

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5
Sep

Fall Bread Workshop

Sunday, October 11th we are offering a bread workshop at Brickmaiden Breads. Whether you have a keen interest in bread and would love to just spend a day learning how its done, or you’ve been baking your own bread at home for quite sometime, this fall workshop will offer a hands on opportunity for further […]

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17
Apr

Join Us For Dinner In Our Garden

Saturday, May 9th 5:00 – 9:00pm at Brickmaiden With the help of Elizabeth Hill of West Marin Food & Farm Tours, we will be hosting a dinner in our garden. Table Top Farm has provided us a beautiful setting for this delicious dinner. Enjoy a welcome beverage and appetizers, including some amazing oysters by Sonoma […]

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17
Apr

New Oven Up and Running!

We are up and running on our new oven and we are loving it! Our normal bake schedule has resumed! Bread and scones available Tuesday & Thursday – Sunday. We have also continued redeeming Kickstarter cards at the bakery and at our farmers’ markets.  

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6
Mar

New Oven Construction Update

We are in the midst of repairing our bakery and preparing to install our new oven. The new oven is an Italian in-direct fire, wood-fired oven. It’s components are being shipped from Italy. Unfortunately, the labor disputes at the West coast ports have delayed our oven’s arrival. Meanwhile we have found that our repairs on […]

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6
Mar

Our Local Wheat: Red Fife

Our locally grown CA wheat is a hard red winter wheat named Red Fife. This link gives a little bit of history as to its origins for those who are interested. Red Fife wheat, thought to be a Ukrainian wheat called ‘Galician’, proved to be well-suited to the environmentally-challenging and diverse landscape of not just […]

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