April 28, 2010

CAN'T VOUCH FOR THE WATER:

Annabella’s adds in-house bakery (Henry J. Evans Jr., 4/27/10, Cape Gazette)



To serve spaghetti and meatballs without slices of fresh Italian bread just wouldn’t be right.

That’s why the owners of Annabella’s Italian Restaurant on Savannah Road in Lewes have ensured that it never happens. [...]

The bakery and restaurant feature breads produced by Steve Kogler’s Old World Bread, handcrafted and baked by Kogler, owner of Teller Wines, which offers a selection of fine wines only a few feet away from the restaurant.

Kogler’s artisan breads are baked in Ellendale and include French, Italian, country white and San Francisco sourdough varieties. Starting with the finest ingredients – King Arthur flour, filtered water, yeast and salt – the breads are formed to create the delicate textures, flavors and golden crusts of Old World European breads.

Posted by Orrin Judd at April 28, 2010 5:46 AM
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