Seagull bakery crew, from left: Dean McManus, Anna McSweeney, Conor Naughton, founder Sarah Richards and Anna Jacques

‘sup?

Yesterday.

Defying the gloom and doom, the team behind the award-winning artisanal Seagull Bakery in Tramore opened a brand new sourdough bakery at Patrick Street in Waterford City.

Ann Power writes:

The bakery will of course be serving up what Seagull is famous for; its full selection of sourdough bread from its delicious white loaves to seaweed sourdough to 3 seed, rye porridge loaves, baguettes, focaccias and its heritage loaf plus the complete selection of Seagull sweet treats and baked goods will also be on offer.

These include the famous twice-baked Almond Crossaints and the Seagull Cinnamon Buns; plus Chocolate and Hazelnut Croissants, local and seasonal fruit Danish pastries, Apple oaties, Cruffins, plain Crossaints and the Einkorn ancient grain Lemon and Poppyseed treats, Rye Brownies, Wholemeal Spelt Carmel Squares with Dilisk and Einkorn Carrot CNOMNOMNOM

No psychos.

Seagull Bakery

Pics: Patrick Browne

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3 thoughts on “Peckish?

  1. ce

    Dear God!!! Please stop saying/using “artisanal” because “art-is-anal” is not a great thing when thinking of found… just say/use” artisan”…

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