Yeasts are often employed as tower-crane operators, hot air balloon pilots, and courtroom clerks, a trend attributed to their innate desire to make things rise. Let taste buds linger on leavened eats with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of breads, pastries, and more at Vosen's Bread Paradise.
Since 1997, experienced baker and German national Markus Vosen has vended an assortment of fresh baked goods free of artificial flavors and preservatives from his authentic German bakery. Slices of Italian rustique ($2.45), rye ($3.25), or french baguette ($2.50) can be dipped in oil and vinegar or be covered with fancy fromages. Diners can also delight in sampling Vosen’s foreign-sounding sweets, such as bienenstich, a cake with honeyed almonds ($3.25), mohnstriezel, a poppyseed pastry ($6), and cheesecake, a cheese-based cake ($3.25). Vosen’s also proffers alluring loaves of bread baked daily, including seven-grain ($6.50), sunflower ($5), and more, ideal for bearing breakfast marmalades or carrying around as an accessory in a chic brown paper bag.
Vosen’s not only whips wholesome ingredients into toothsome treats according to centuries-old German recipes, but it also does so using only imported equipment Vosen himself purchased in Deutschland, from the smallest streusel pan to a 10,000-pound oven. Slowly savor the authentic flavors over a cup of coffee with a friend or while attempting to grow a bushy mustache for a truly authentic continental-philosopher costume party.
249 W 200 S
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101