We're baking for Easter....

We're gearing up for the opening of a new Bayview Farmers Market Season...the first "opening bell" for the 2014 year rings at 10 am Saturday April 26. This year we will bake for 22 of the 27 regular season markets. For details see the information at the right.

We will do a (very) limited Easter bake for Saturday April 19. Items will be available by-order-only for pickup between 11 am and noon at the Bayview Corner Kiosk. If you are interested, send a pre-order email (ttb@whidbey.net) or call us (360-720-1937) by Noon Wednesday, April 16. We will bake only what is ordered and we will not have extra items for sale.

For Easter we will be offering:







Farmers Market 2014 Schedule

We'll be baking for 22 of the 27 Bayview Farmers Markets this year. We'll bake every Saturday from April 26 through October 25 except May 17, June 21, July 19, August 23, and September 6. Click on the calendar image links below for enlarged visuals.

Join Our Email List for Updates

Each Tuesday, during the market season you will wake up to a brief email telling what we'll be offering that week...and the chance to pre-order for Saturday pickup. During other times of the year, we will update you as needed.

Stay Connected with Us...

Keep up on what's happening at TTB and the Bayview Farmers Market. And watch this new video by Northwest Public Relations.

Get More Bread for Your Dough!

The baker's dozen is back! It's simple: Buy 12 loaves of bread and get the 13th free. Previous year's cards will be honored, so bring yours in or pick one up when you visit the market.

Our 2014 flour(s)

We're changing—we think improving—the flours we will be using this year. While we've always liked working with the flours we've used, we are changing providers to align ourselves with millers who support artisan bakers and who use (as much as possible) local wheats. For this season our basic white flour will be Sir Galahad a lower-protein red hard Winter wheat from King Arthur Flour Company and most of our whole grains and whole grain flours will be organic flours from Fairhaven Flour Mills, Burlington. We think customers will taste the difference.