Windows cleaned and coffee window installed, fresh coat of paint coming along, and permits ready to go!
We have most of our equipment and construction process coming right along. We hope to begin with some preview parties soon.
Find Fox and Lion Bread, Gratta Wines, Nia Soul Food and more at the market every 1st and 3rd Thursday. August dates are the 7th and the 21st from 5:30-8pm. Check out more information at the BUFS Facebook page.
The spring Bayview Underground Food Scene Market will start April 3rd at Pier 70 in Dogpatch. Join me each Thursday from 5:30-8 for bread, wine, art table for kids, and dinner for everyone. A shuttle will bring Bayview and Dogpatch residents to the market and there is plenty of parking at Pier 70 at the end of 22nd Street, SF.
Join us for the Bayview Community Market at our new location, The Bayview Opera House this Thursday December 5th from 5-7:30 pm!
There is more to offer in our new space including fermenting yogurt class and demo, San Francisco Honey and Pollen, free childcare and parking too. Come on by and pick up dinner! The Bayview Opera House is number 8 in the San Francisco Historical Landmark registry.
We are in our 6th week of the Market on Third Street San Francisco. Located at 4634 Third Street in the Bayview the Market is open every Thursday from 5 to 7:30 pm.
Every Community needs a good market! You will find prepared salads, soups, bread of course, and salad fixings farm boxes. There is also great music and lots of food to taste.
The Market is put on by The Bayview Underground Food Scene which promotes and advocates curated and fun food/beverage activities in San Francisco’s Bayview district as a community-building strategy. Check out the main website here,
Today’s Bread is a cracked grain soaker with Sonora white wheat, rye, and barley from Grass Valley Grains. Grass Valley Grains is a one man operation, Reed Hamilton is growing grain in Placerville and milling at his mill in Grass Valley. Reed mills with a stone mill and all flours are 100% intact meaning that the whole grain is milled together rather than milled separate and recombined later. This makes his flour very nutritious and flavorful. Sonora white wheat is oldest type of wheat grown in the bay area and is making a comeback with this loaf! I am soaking the rough bran that I have sifted out when milling for the days bake and adding that mixture back to the dough. This way all of the grain is complete but the sharp edges of the bran don’t cut the dough preventing the final rise in the oven.
New Pick up location! Visit and let your friends know about my new location at Cafe St. Jorge at the crossroads of Mission and Bernal Heights. Get a great coffee from Stumptown and delicious Portuguese style pastries!
Please join Fox and Lion Bread this Saturday May 18th for the Sidewalk Saturday on Clement Street in San Francisco. The address is 275 6th Ave right around the corner from Green Apple Books. I’ll be there from 11-2pm for a bread tasting and a few breads for sale.
Here is the Daily Candy article that came out last Friday!
In a couple of weeks I plan to open a concept store called Bread Box within Merch at 629 Haight St. SF. The Bread Box will be able to hold all of the subscription breads as well as hold a good amount of bread for retail. I will be at the Box doing bread tastings in the afternoons so stay tuned for updates. Here is a picture of one of my drawings for the Bread Box.
Below is the Merch pick up as it is now with the subscription box filled with breads. Each bread has the subscribers name on it and a note inside describing that weeks bread.
This week will be the first week of my second month! How time flies and also feels like an eternity at the same time.
Thank you to all the subscribers and bread purchasers, I obviously couldn’t do it without you! Thank you to everyone who liked my Facebook page or responded to Twitter and Instagram. This helps tremendously as well as keeps me entertained while I am baking throughout the night.
The month of April is going to be very busy. Starting with Dogfest 2013 in Duboce Park, San Francisco Saturday April 13. This is the big fundraiser for Mckinley Elementary and I will have a table set up for bread tasting and bread sales. All the proceeds will go to the school PTA which helps fund many of the school programs as well as the afterschool programs. This is a great opportunity to stop by and say hello and buy some breads!
Here is the packaging that I have been working on. Kristen Haff and I designed the logo over the course of two years. Kristen is awesome and the packaging is still evolving with each week.