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We’re James Beard Nominees Again!

We are happy to share the news that we have been nominated for the James Beard Foundation Award again! The 2016 semifinalists have been announced, and Hungry Ghost is being considered for the Outstanding Baker award. We’ll be waiting with anticipation for the announcement of finalists in March, but for now, it’s wonderful to receive this recognition and
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12th Annual Grain Growers Conference

We’re excited to announce that Jonathan will be presenting at the 12th annual Grain Growers Conference this spring! The conference will focus on a broad range of themes regarding grains and features a keynote address by Bill McKibben. It will be held in Essex, Vermont on Thursday, March 17th. In order to attend, register online
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Wonder Not! Bread Festival, September 20, 2015

The Twelfth Annual Wonder Not! Bread Festival is happening Sunday, September 20, 11am-5pm at Hungry Ghost Bread. Come celebrate our daily dose of local grain, the bounty of this past year’s harvest, and the planting of Equinox seeds. Wonder Not! Long ago transcended plastic-wrapped balloon” bread… now we’re aiming to demystify the Safe & Affordable Food Labeling
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Looking for Vendors for the Annual Wonder Not! Bread Festival 2015

We’re getting ready for our 12th Annual Wonder Not! Bread Festival on Sunday, September 20th, 11am-5pm There will be music, puppet parade, food vendors, wheat planting. We’re still interested in more vendors for spreads to smear on bread, fermented foods, hungry musicians & puppeteers. (No vendor fee.) Please contact us of you’re interested in being
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Poems and Hungry Ghost Bread

While some folks claim that the bakery’s just an elaborate front for a vanity press, it IS true that one of our (unofficial) mottos is: “$6 a poem and you get a loaf, free”. Most regular customers have noticed that on the backside of our bread schedules are poems, because as Roque Dalton wrote, “Poetry,
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Welcome to our new website

We’re ready to unveil our new website. We hope you will like it. (Photo via Modern Farmer)

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