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Looking for a Jewish bakery on the South Shore or on the Cape

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choch Oct 29, 2010 09:05 AM

I live in Plymouth but work in Hyannis. This may be a long shot, but are there any Jewish bakeries in these areas. I need a fresh seeded rye loaf...

I used to live in Providence and my go-to place was Rainbow Bakery on Reservoir Ave in Cranston. Their bread is amazing but I am having a hard time getting used to breakfast without it : (

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    karlssoni Nov 1, 2010 04:24 PM

    choch,

    Do you know if Rainbow has seven-layer cake?

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      choch Nov 3, 2010 04:50 PM

      Not sure, they have award-winning cookies and pastries but I don't know about cake. Give them a call, if you want something, it's always best to call ahead and have them set it aside they almost always run out of everything - (401) 944-8180

      http://www.rainbowbakeryri.com/

      Thanks for all the other suggestions, I have heard good things about Pain D'Avignon, didn't know they had a rye, I will be on the lookout...

    2. CapeCodGuy Nov 1, 2010 10:03 PM

      It's obviously French, instead of Jewish, but Pain D'Avignon by the airport in Hyannis, does a nice seeded Rye in several configurations.

      http://www.paindavignon.com/products/...

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        AGM_Cape_Cod Nov 3, 2010 03:51 AM

        The seeded Rye from Pain D'Avignon is very good. You may be able to get it at The Market in Pinehills. I know they carry Pain D'Avignon products.

      2. Science Chick Nov 3, 2010 12:40 PM

        Iggy's breads are available at a number of South shore and Cape cod locations. They make a great dark rye w/seeds. Check out the "stores" section and click on "where else can you get the bread". You might want to call ahead to see if a particular store carries the rye.

        http://www.iggysbread.com/main.html

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