The Boston Globe on Scratch Baking Co.

The Boston Globe has published a profile of Scratch Baking Co.

So they turned Scratch into a village bakery with Cheers-like camaraderie. Johnson’s got everyone’s name and morning brews down pat. Baskets of daily breads beckon in the front window, alongside a small spread of “things that go with bread,’’ including Silver Moon Creamery cheeses from Westbrook, Maine, salumi, Johnson’s well-chosen wine collection, and really good butter.

2 comments on “The Boston Globe on Scratch Baking Co.

  1. They have the most awesome, taste and size wise as well, chocolate chip, peanut butter, and so forth cookies.
    I have never seen either the carrot cake or pumpkin cheesecake which writer for the Globe notes. DAMN!

  2. There are two things that define this neighborhood, Willard Beach and Scratch.
    Thanks for being there.

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