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January 07, 2008

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It all looks amazing but that Pesto, Tomato and Goat Cheese Foccacia has me salivating. I may need to stop by when next on my way home via auto!

Pro Bono Bakery, I am trying to find pink bread for my daughter's tea party when I came across your Easter article on the internet. Would you be able to provide two loaves of pink bread? I live in Carmel, In so the bread would need to be shipped. Please call me at (317) 985-5344 if this is possible.

Thanks,

Marla Lewis

It all looks wonderful but I am especially drawn to the sour cream poppy seed bread it looks delicious.

Heavens! Here I am, scanning your posts, and I start seeing "Mirabelle bakery" and feeling disoriented. Then I read the post and figure things out. You sly dog, infiltrating Champaign-Urbana!

Your photos of Mirabelle's offerings are spectacular. I'm so glad you found the place. It is truly a treasure in C-U. And thanks for the kind words about my blog.

They are now making to-die-for croissants: Ham and swiss, spinach and feta, raspberry. I agree with you about the coffee, though. :)

Jessi, everything has been fantastic. You should definitely stop!

Hi Marla, I regret to say that I do not sell my breads at the moment (and I think you may be under the impression that Mirabelle Bakery's breads are mine!) Sorry.

Julie, the sour cream and onion bread is really one of the most delicious things I have ever tasted. I am hoping to work up the courage to ask for the recipe.

Hi Lisa! Yes, I have been snooping around your area. I am happy to report that I have found delicious ways to spend my time there. Thanks for your post on Mirabelle!

Sue, I saw those croissants last weekend, I will be sure to try them soon! They looked amazing.

OH! When i went to school there, I loved loved get olive bread from Mirabelle. So good. And Blind Pig was my spot of choice :)

Hi Katie,

I love the olive bread too! I'll have to get a good picture of it this weekend -- it may be my last trip down there.

Pro bono baker, i love your photos from mirabelle bakery, but i am in Romania, and i kan't go there.So if you got a recipe from something you have in the photos, please post here.
Thank you.

Hi Micul,

Thank you, I'm glad you enjoyed the photos. Sadly, I do not have a recipe from Mirabelle. I really wish I did though!


Oh! those pastries looks so delicious! Wish I can also go there and have a taste of it myself. Thanks for sharing this post. Keep posting!

-megan-

Thanks Goldilocks Bakery. I wish I could go back to visit too, it's been so long!

PLEASE NOTE: I have been forced to hold all comments for review due to some recent comments that do not fit within my published commenting policy. Thanks for your patience.

hey! i enjoyed your writings here about mirabelle, but just a couple things from someone who actually bakes pastries there.... the pic u have above is of coffeecake, not mexican brioche, and the other pic you have isn't chocolate brioche, its a german chocolate pastry. we do make a chocolate brioche, but it is quite different. anyway, just wanted to point that out.

Thanks for the clarification Alison! It's been a long time since I've been able to visit the bakery, but we were always so confused by their labeling! I asked on several occasions for clarification and the individuals working insisted these titles were correct. How strange!

I truly hope to make it down to enjoy more Mirabelle goods soon. Such a lovely place.

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