If you’ve been in Cambridge over the past 20 years, you know the Iggy’s trucks by sight with their blue-green globe, peace sign + heart and “bread of the world” tag line. Their bakery locations have always been a bit harder to find – from their small start in Watertown in 1994 to their current Continue Reading »
Many people come to us for our direct imports, but our selection of local products is just as strong.
Olof Viktors’ Swedish knäckebröd, pepparkakor and jams live up to their nationally renowned reputation.
If you love good bread, chances are you will be familiar with the name Poilâne. We started working with Lionel Poilâne in the mid-90s, flying his bread in each week to supply a small, but growing group of customers who had developed a taste for his bread while traveling abroad.
For those with even a remote connection to Italian heritage, panettone and pandolce are essential components of the Christmas holiday.
Staff members here at Formaggio Kitchen regularly travel the world to seek out the unique products that we carry. While our trips have tended to focus on Europe, my colleague Tim and I recently had the opportunity to travel to India.
On Thursday mornings, if I am coming into work at just the right time and the wind is blowing in the right direction, I can sometimes smell our cinnamon bread from up to a block away! Cinnamon bread is baked fresh every Thursday and Saturday at Formaggio Kitchen Cambridge.