Have I got pies for you! Ravelin Bakery is baking pies, sweet pastries and other doughy delights to order for the holidays. With Thanksgiving less than a week away, make haste while the batter's hot. You'll be sure to impress the family with a crust that's flakier than Grandma's. But don't wait until the last minute to decide; it gets pretty busy in the Ravelin kitchen this time of year. Orders are available for pick-up through Wednesday, November 25 (except Monday when the store is closed).
Here's the Thanksgiving Menu:
9" Bread Pudding ~ $32.00
9" Old-fashioned Chocolate Cake ~ $40.95
Pecan Pie ~ $20.50
Chocolate Pecan Pie ~ $21.50
Pumpkin Pie ~ $13.75
Sweet Potato Pie ~ $13.75
Buttermilk Pie ~ $16.50
Key Lime Pie ~ $16.00
Apple Pie ~ $18.50
Cherry Pie ~ $23.00
Apple Almond Tart ~ $23.00
Cherry Almond Tart ~ $23.00
Cherry Struedel ~ $16.00
Apple Struedel ~ $16.00
Pumpkin Bread ~ $4.95
Mini Croissants (1 dozen) ~ $11.00
Cranberry Pecan Bread will also be available on the day before Thanksgiving in addition to Ravelin's fresh artisan breads, made with their own starter. Breads available daily include country sourdough, hearty five-grain, three seed, Bavarian rye, French loaf and baguettes.
Be on the lookout after Thanksgiving for Ravelin's holiday table, which will include baked goodies you can give as presents, such as packaged breads and cookies, fruitcake and traditional German Stollen.
Even if you don't need help with your holiday meals, stop by Ravelin's sometime for a sumptious breakfast pastry, cookie or coffee cake, and pour yourself a cup of coffee to go with. Ravelin also bakes cakes in a variety of sizes to order with one or two day's notice. While you're there, don't forget to pick up a loaf of one of the specialty breads--the list changes daily.
Ravelin Bakery is a not-so-secret secret. Owners Eric and Pamela Helland don't have to advertise, nor do they have a website. Nonetheless, the word is out. Since they opened their doors to Denton eight years ago, they built their success on providing quality baked goods made with whole, all natural ingredients, 100% from scratch. What more need I say?
416 S. Elm Street, Denton, Texas
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday ~ 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Sunday ~ 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Closed Thursday & Friday, November 26 & 27
Open regular hours on Saturday & Sunday, November 28 & 29
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