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Good bakery in Whistler?

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christy319 Nov 17, 2010 09:14 AM

I'll be looking for dinner rolls next week. I hate to spend the time making them (and baking in an unfamiliar oven) on a ski trip--is there a bakery in Whistler that does a good job with breads/rolls? Thanks.

  1. Sam Salmon Nov 17, 2010 03:00 PM

    If Purebreads has their operation up 'n running that would be the place to go-maybe check with the Whistler C of C.

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      Slowdive Nov 17, 2010 08:35 PM

      If you don't mind picking the bread up on your way to Whistler (or driving back down) Sunflower Bakery in Squamish is excellent. Some of their bread is available in Whistler at the grocery stores too. In Whistler there's Hot Buns Bakery but I can't remember if they really have much in the way of bread. Gone Bakery behind Armchair Books is good too, but I have no idea if you can buy larger quantities of baked goods from them.
      Some of the breads from Terra and Pane E Formaggio in Vancouver are also sold up in Whistler. Beyond that there's good selections of breads and rolls in general at Nesters and IGA.

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      Pane E Formaggio
      4532 10th Ave W, Vancouver, BC V6R2J1, CA

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      1. re: Slowdive
        Sam Salmon Nov 18, 2010 09:25 AM

        Sunflower has outstanding products-the place really is a gem-a classic bakery/cafe of the highest quality.

        http://www.sunflowerbakerycafe.com/

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          christy319 Nov 18, 2010 02:27 PM

          Thanks. I don't mind stopping in Squamish at all. Though I will check into the other suggestions as well.

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