|Sourdough from The Breadery|
Crust. I like crisp crust and a mild crumb. I range from baguettes to sourdough to rolls to Italian loaves, but I don't go for sweet breads or soft, multigrain loaves.
|Grilled cheese on Breadery sourdough|
They're still making the whole grain and sweet loaves from the old location. Cheddar parmesan, cinnamon raisin walnut, whole wheat. They mill their own flour at The Breadery, and those loaves look great if you're into that kind of thing. But they have a new kind of oven as well, and it turns out my kind of crisp-crust loaves. Baguettes, Italian, sourdough.
|Kloby's pork and Breadery's rolls|
I bought a dozen rolls as well, and we broke those out for dinner at the pool with Kloby's pulled pork. Eight of us split three pounds of meat on sliders. My friend dipped one half of each roll in the Carolina sauce and the other half in honey-habanero. Spectacular.
The Breadery sells a little more than bread. They had coffee, some jams and other packaged goods. They also sell Michelle's granola, which is one of our local favorites. They had a sign in the window for a liquor license, so I assume they're going to try to create a scene up there. They had a few outdoor tables, and it's a pretty spot with shady trees.
Hat tip for sending me to the new Breadery goes to Bmorecupcake who left a comment talking about the new types of bread that they were making. Bmore says they're making croissants, which sound interesting. Bmore also said that local restaurants like Aida's are using the Breadery loaves.
If you go to Breadery on Tuesday to Saturday, you need to drive around the corner to J.W. Trueth & Sons. The Oella meat market butchers its own beef, and you can get all kinds of great steak, sausages, even fish and chicken. In 15 minutes, you can pick up a special dinner with a steak and bread. Grab a vegetable somewhere, and you're done.
418 Oella Avenue
Catonsville, MD 21228
NEAR: The Breadery is really easy to reach from Main Street in Ellicott City. Oella and Catonsville are right across the river in Baltimore County. You wind up picturesque Westchester Avenue and end up a few doors down from The Breadery.