SOURDOUGH BREAD

 Mr. Meowski's sourdough is fermented for 24 hours. This allows for complex flavors to develop. Amazingly there are only three ingredients to our bread. Water, flour, and salt. "Moses" our cultivated sourdough starter, and lots of time, transform these three simple ingredients into a crusty, chewy, open crumbed, delightful loaf of bread that pairs perfectly with soups, salads, toast for breakfast, and even the humble grilled cheese.

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CROISSANTS - PLAIN, CHOCOLATE AND HAM & CHEESE

All croissants are made with the best butter and flour and molded into 27 delicious layers. Ham and cheese croissants make for a delicious breakfast sandwich.  Regular croissants can be topped off with a topping of your choice.  And for the chocolate lovers  the flaky chocolate stuffed croissant can not be beat. 

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BAGELS (Special order only!)

Sourdough bagels which are the New York style, are boiled before baking.  The bagels are crisp on the outside and nice and chewy in the inside.  

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MUFFINS, CHOCOLATE COOKIES & CINNAMON ROLLS

Muffins, chocolate cookies and cinnamon rolls are great additions to the menu.  The muffins are usually blueberry and topped with a sugary crumb topping.  The cookies are a delectable sweetness filled with chocolate discs and a light dusting of salt for the perfect crunch on the outside and softness on the inside.  The cinnamon rolls are several layers of sweet dough and cinnamon, topped off with a creamy frosting. 

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PUFF TARTS AND DANISH

Puff Tarts and Danish are made from sweet dough and seasonal fruits.  They are baked to a delicious crispness.

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BREAKFAST SANDWICHES

You can get the most delicious and filling breakfast sandwich at Mr. Meowski's Bakery.  You have the choice of a Croissant or Bagel with 2 eggs, bacon, and cheese.  I promise you, you will not be hungry after eating this sandwich. 

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