Boulangerie Bonjour breads are made using centuries old European bread making traditions. BONJOUR specializes in ‘pain au levain’ (French for sourdough) which is made using wild yeast culture (levain). Pain au levain’ has a unique appearance, flavour and aroma that is distinctive and irresistible. Like wild fruit, these breads offer a concentrated flavour and character. The levain must be carefully nurtured and cultivated, its very essence is life.
Pre-order your Stollen and your Panettone for pick up on December 22nd and 23rd. Quatity are limited, order by December 16th.
Our new home is located four blocks south from we were at;
-- -- 9913- 82 Ave. - - -
beside the CIBC bank on the corner of 99 Street and Whyte Avenue.
No oil, only butter. Made with our in house milled organic wheat bran.
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9913 Whyte Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta T6E 1Z1, Canada
Voice : (780) 433-5924
Plain and simple, flour, water and sea salt, this is what all traditional sourdough breads should be.
What we do is simple, encourage local farming, make food which gives life while respecting our planet and be honest with our customers.
We use local Alberta wheat for its great taste and quality. Whole wheat and rye are milled on location. Our bread is baked fresh daily many made from levain culture with long and slow fermentation. No additives, no preservatives.
Time is the essence of artisan bread baking. The dough is allowed to ferment from one to several days in some instances. The bread is baked on the hearth of the oven (stone floor) to create crusty delicious loaves.
Come in and smell, taste and bring back some freshly baked bread.
We carry over seventy-five kinds of cheeses, many made from goat, sheep, or cow's milk to accompany our breads. Some cheeses are made from pasteurized milk and some from raw milk.
Our Osttirooler Stone Mill. We mill heritage Alberta grains to produce our whole wheat, rye and speciality white flour.
Simply for taste, there is nothing that compares to freshly milled flour when baking bread.
What is Artisan Bread? First, the person, think about the person who makes the bread. Artisan bakers are craftsmen who bake crafted loaves of bread. Bread baking is an art but also a science. The baker needs to understand the ingredients, the dough making processes and know how to provide the best environment for the dough to develop slowly and carefully.
There is only one way to acquire the skills needed to become an artisan baker, it is called <repetition>. Artisan baking is learned by repeating the same gestures (folding of the dough, mixing, baking etc. until they are mastered. For myself, it has been well over 20 years, with health and luck I will be at it for another 20 years. My son Kenny has been raised in the bakery since the age of 12 he has been involved. He joined the business full time 5 years ago and is now the Head Baker.
Making ciabatta on CTV.