what people are saying

Edible Boston 2016

Boston Globe 2016

Lexington customer - I just had to say that their Russian Rye is amazing.  Bought a loaf last week at the Lexington's Farmers Market.  The 1st bite, with just a schmeer of room temperature butter, evoked a flavor memory from my youth in NYC not previously experienced 'til now.  On a scale of 1-10, it gets an "11".

Brian Wasik - When you brought in that baguette I was bouncing around the store.  It was the best baguette I had tasted in over twenty years.

Lower Falls Wine - If there is finer bread being produced today in New England we have not found it.

Brookline Customer - Got a loaf of your Lexington Sourdough at the Wine Gallery in Brookline on Washington Street last night.  What an amazing product.  It wasn’t cheap, but worth every penny.  I lived for 5 years in Lithuania where the bread is made from grains that come from sources different than I am used to here in the U.S.  Was wondering from where you buy the grain for this bread?

Weston Customer  -  Unbelievable product.  My wife and I fell in love with the NY Rye which reminded us of when we lived in Germany and could get a good loaf and it would last a week on the counter.  The Durum is amazing as are the baguettes.  I bring a loaf of the Lexington Sourdough to a client every week.

Wasik's Customer - This is as good a baguette as you get from the best found in the French countryside.