Let There Be Bread

What works for Lionel Vatinet, when it comes to stress-busting?

“A good walk. Or working the dough. Let me bake, let me mix,” said the master baker and owner of La Farm Bakery in Cary.

Full of wit and wisdom, Vatinet and company will offer the chance for you to bust your stress too, with a fun inside look at what it takes to make and share the bread that’s made them a household name.

La Farm Bakery will host its fourth annual Bread Bakers Guild of America Open House on Saturday, June 25 from 3 to 4 p.m., featuring behind-the-scene tours of the bakery, a bread shaping demo, and an opportunity to see the bakers scoring and loading breads in and out of the hearth oven.

Samples of La Farm Bakery breads will be available throughout the afternoon, and guests will take home a La Farm fan favorite, the White Chocolate Mini Baguette.

This event is free, and all are invited to attend.

The Bakery Open House was conceived by the Bread Bakers Guild of America as a way to bring communities to their bakeries, and to champion locally-made bread.

Guild member bakeries across the country open their doors to the public, to show them where and how their bread is made.

For more info, visit lafarmbakery.com.

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