Thank you to Good Food Gourmet for giving the Average Joe Artisan Bread Kit a test drive. We're glad you loved it!
One of the most fun and truly delicious kits I received was the Gift Edition Bread Kit that was filled with everything you needed to make 3 artisan loaves of delicious, crusty bread—it even came with its own baking pot! (read more)
Joe was invited to Phoenix to demonstrate the Average Joe Artisan Bread Kit on Sonoran Living, airing on ABC in November 2013.
Scared to make bread from scratch? Joe Bellavance, owner of Average Joe Artisan Bread, gives tips for great bread every time: (read more)
Kristin of Opal and Ruby: An Idea Emporium gives the Average Joe Artisan Bread Kit a whirl in September 2013!
Believe it or not, I am not a professional chef. The word ‘artisan’ would not be associated with my name! I am your typical ‘average Joe’ cook and baker who enjoys working in the kitchen. But, when a friend introduced me to the Average Joe Artisan Bread Kit, I suddenly believed I could bake a beautiful loaf of bread (without a handy bread machine and mix!). (read more)
We're excited and honored to be included in Food52's Bread Collection!
Turn your kitchen into a home bakery with this kit. You'll get all the ingredients you need, a blade and dough scraper, a 30-page cookbook with about a dozen recipes, and a cheat sheet. Fire up the oven!
Made in: USA
Size: Kit makes 3 loaves, kit with refill makes 6 loaves
Sourced from Average Joe Artisan Bread: Easy, artisanal bread that everyone can make? We're on board with that philosophy. At Average Joe Artisan Bread, a self-proclaimed "hack baker who loves good bread" is setting out to help everyone fill their homes with fresh-baked loaves -- we'll toast to that.
Thanks to Mom Central for your October 2013 write-up on our bread kits!
Baking bread can be tough work and requires time and patience. You have to take into account a variety of factors—preheating, measuring, mixing, timing, and more. With all of those components to consider, stopping in at the nearest grocery store and picking up pre-sliced bread often wins the battle. (read more)