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Pandora Jewelry Little Fig Bakery offers tasty

Little Fig Bakery offers tasty goodies

Bakery owners Elizabeth Perreault and Alison Reder have the crackers (more on those later) and some other lovely sweets in a storefront that was formerly Burrito Kitchens. The two bought the Rustica business from Cathy Cadamagnani Grainger and Lisa Searchinger a couple of years ago, and opened the Longmont bakery in August. When they realized they wanted to develop on line sales, the Rustica name Pandora Jewelry proved a little too common. Thus, a new name was born. Currently Reder and Perreault are working on an apricot cardamom cookie.”We’ve almost got that dialed in,” Perreault says. They were worried, since their customer base was mostly in Boulder.”It was a huge step to say we’re going out of our comfort zone,” Reder says. They’re small, round cookies, and they have a little bit of a peppery taste. I guess the cherries are little bits in there. I don’t know how th Pandora Jewelry ey do it, but they taste delicious.”Casey Najera, who lives in Boulder, but owns Rocky Mountain Paint Body shop in Longmont, is a regular customer.”There are so few choices in Longmont of having an upper end bakery,” he says. That’s a lot of crackers, when you consider that they’re handmade.”There was some serious cracker making going on here,” Perreault says. “The ovens were never off.”She admits with a laugh to being somewhat addicted to the delectable nibbl Pandora Jewelry es. If she takes home a bag of seconds, sometimes she doesn’t tell her husba Pandora Jewelry nd, keeping them for herself instead.”I’ve worked in bakeries for a long time,” she says. “Usually I get to the point where I don’t want to eat something.”A year and a half after buying the business, she still is hooked.”It’s the flavor combination, a little sweet and a little savory. They were worried, since their customer base was mostly in Boulder.”It was a huge step to say we’re going out of our comfort zone,” Reder says. They’re small, round cookies, and they have a little bit of a peppery taste. I guess the cherries are little bits in there. I don’t know how they do it, but they taste delicious.”Casey Najera, who lives in Boulder, but owns Rocky Mountain Paint Body shop in Longmont, is a regular customer.”There are so few choices in Longmont of having an upper end bakery,” he says. That’s a lot of crackers, when you consider that they’re handmade.”There was some serious cracker making going on here,” Perreault says. “The ovens were never off.”She admits with a laugh to being somewhat addicted to the delectable nibbles. If she takes home a bag of seconds, sometimes she doesn’t tell her fiance, keeping them for herself instead.”I’ve worked in bakeries for a long time,” she says. “Usually I get to the point where I don’t want to eat something.”A year and a half after buying the business, she still is hooked.”It’s the flavor combination, a little sweet and a little savory. Jerks.

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