Bread is strong enough to fortify flimsy food pyramids, yet gentle enough to hug lonely condiments in a warm embrace. Cultivate a culinary cornerstone with today’s Groupon to Montana Gold Bread Co.. Choose between the following options:
- For $5, you get $10 worth of baked goods and sandwiches.
- For $25, you get $50 worth of catering platters or box lunches.<p>
At Montana Gold Bread Co., bakers start their days by milling whole-wheat flour on a stone-burr mill and kneading flaxen grains into wholesome, preservative-free breads. A rotating bread schedule defines each day’s offerings. On Mondays, bakers pack challah with cherries and apples ($7.29), and Saturday’s sturdy French sourdough ($4.99) doubles as a muffler for alarm clocks all weekend long. Each day of the week, rivulets of melted chocolate ooze through warm oatmeal cookies ($1.29) and cinnamon rolls wind around buttery pecans ($1.99). Sandwiches hug roast beef ($5.49) or hummus and veggies ($5.49) between thick slices of challah or honey-whole-wheat bread. Patrons can also furnish parties with platters of sandwiches ($29.99) and fresh-baked cookies and cinnamon rolls ($23.99). An exhibition bakery, Montana Gold Bread Co. lures early risers from bed to watch the bakers’ morning ritual of kneading dough and whispering encouraging words to make them inflate.
Montana Gold Bread Co.
Each morning, Montana Gold Bread Co.'s bakers make their way to a stone burr mill where they grind red wheat from a farm in Montana into flour. That flour goes into dough that they knead by hand before baking it into preservative-free breads such as cherry-apple challah or honey whole wheat. They carve loaves into slices for sandwiches with housemade chicken salad or roast beef and horseradish. Patrons can also find sweet treats such as pecan-encrusted cinnamon rolls and fresh cookies.