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Pane d’ Amore Bakery

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Pane d’ Amore Bakery was Franks baby. When I first met Frank, he’s the Master Bread Baker and his significant other – they were busy, we drove up to Port Townsend to visit them.

On August 19, 2010 almost a year later Frank met us in Coupeville, WA for lunch, you can read more about this on the next post.

Frank the Founder is on the far right side.

What I really wanted to share with you is about Pane d’ Amore – their bakery. They only make bread, organic hearth baked bread. Open 7 days a week in Port Townsend, simply known as Uptown. I really wanted to find out how he got started..this wasn’t his 1st bakery that he began. He gave me a brief story on how he got started.. I love his bread.

He knew of my pies since Robin told him of them..and I talked about how and where I wanted to go with them. “Fresh Baked – Gourmet Healthy.” He said, people are willing to pay more – they don’t want their food full of preservatives. As a matter of fact they now have opened up 2 more locations and have up to 25 employees.

I have tried their whole grain, an olive & nut and most of their base is made from Sourdough., which is naturally leavened. Chewy crust, fine moist crumb, their breads & buns hit the spot. They are also Certified Organic by Washington State Department of Agriculture.

P.S. Frank died a few years ago, however his girlfriend and staff keep the place going.

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    […] Continued from the last post. Along our journey, I was able to take a few pictures.. About half way on our road trip we met Frank for lunch at the Front Street Grill in Coupville, WA. This link will take you to their menu. As an appetizer the boys ordered mussels, now I don’t eat them- just because they are usually so tough. Not an enjoyable experience. However these were delicious! If you ever get a chance to tour around Coupville and the Islands please go. They are so beautiful. Le Conner is known for it’s Tulip Festival. Here’s a sample pic This is me of course..just look at the background – ahh I miss it already. […]

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