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On a recent foray to Kitsilano Farmer’s Market, I discovered the wholesome yumminess that is Whistler Purebread. As if their display of delectable treats wasn’t enough to draw me in (witness Crack), the smell of fresh baked goods was what got me into the quickly-forming queue. They’ve already acquired a large local following. My husband and I can also personally vouch for their Chocolate Rosemary Sea Salt cookies.

The line-up was enough to convince me to score a few treats for my Sunday afternoon coffee at home. Their Chocolate Brioche is…well, how to put it? A picture is worth a thousand noms.

And where can you taste these godly wonders for yourself?

Apart from Whistler, their remaining Vancouver Summer Farmers Market dates are:

Trout Lake, Saturdays, August 28 and September 25
West End, Saturdays, September 4 and 18; October 2 and 16
Kitsilano, Sundays, September 5 and 19; October 3 and 17

Update: Visit Purebread’s new blog for the latest news.

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6 Comments

  • Comment by Cynthia — August 25, 2010 @ 3:29 pm

    Chocolate and bread, oh my!! Thanks for posting. I know where I’LL be next Saturday 🙂

  • Comment by bob — August 25, 2010 @ 3:31 pm

    Looking very tasty. I bet their cheese bread is amazing too, just by the looks of it.

  • Comment by carolbrowne — August 25, 2010 @ 4:19 pm

    HA! I love that one called “crack”. I’ll bet! Looks delish. Oh good. Lots of farmers markets still to be had. Thanks for that info!

  • Comment by Minna — August 25, 2010 @ 5:39 pm

    I think I just gained 10 lbs looking at the pictures ahhahaha!!! Great stuff, I think I might just stop by too 🙂

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