123 North St, Pittsfield, MA 01201
- Tue - Fri
7:00 am - 4:30 pm
7:00 am - 6:00 pm
General InfoStudious Baker is a company of culinary artisans that relies on common ingredients for inspiration, and distinctive scratch baking. We work with complementing and contrasting flavors, balancing them for both subtle and robust play of flavors. We create original cookies and bars, tea breads, yeasted breakfast rolls, savory wheat breads and laminated doughs; Danish and croissant, scones, doughnuts, muffins, baked breakfast puddings, coffeecakes, pies, cakes, confections, vegan and vegetarian soups, but not necessarily all at the same time, we stagger our pastries as the business grows. Nearly everything we do is hand crafted-like toasting seeds and spices for custom blends and making pastry fillings and confits that meet our standards not found in stores. The unique flavor combinations in our products are paramount, so sugar is not the emphasis. We also continue to create and develop gluten-free pastries, using non-gluten flours emphasizing their unique flavors, textures, and shelf life stability. No starches or fillers are used in our pastries. There's no such thing as a commercial mix. As advocates of organic and local agriculture and business, our goal is to source as much local, regional and/or organic ingredients as possible. We use organic citrus, fresh fruit and dried fruit, whole grains and spices, gluten-free organic whole grain flours; local eggs, local dairy and maple syrup; non-aluminum baking powder, non-GMO pan spray, and unbleached flours to name a few. In the future, as the business grows, we will strive to use more organic ingredients. Because our products have no preservatives, they should be enjoyed promptly, although their shelf life is exceptionally good and long. (Our goods also freeze well for extended use.) Come give us a try!
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