Shure Bakehouse Brings Sweet Heat to the Balloon Festival Albuquerque, NM
As seen on KASA FOX affiliate in ABQ. NM, Any Shure brings the flavors of New Mexico to the 2012 ABQ Big Top Chocolate Festival. Taste dark chocolate and red chile biscotti and the chocolate and cinnamon breads that made Shure Bakehouse famous!
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Meet Amy Shure at the Big Top Chocolate Festival
Meet Amy Shure, founder of Shure Bakehouse! Sample what has been called (the most) “incredible chocolate and cinnamon breads” and amazing “Sweet Heat” chocolate and chile biscotti” at the Big Top Chocolate Festival Saturday and Sunday, October 6 and 7 at the Albuquerque Balloon Museum.
As featured on KASA, FOX affiliate in Albuquerque, NM, (http://www.kasa.com/
Pure and simple, this traditional bread comes from a Shure family recipe passed down through generations of Shure women; these traditional breads, biscotti and muffins evoke memories from days past.
You can find Shure Bakehouse online at shurebakehouse.com, or in Whole Foods stores in the bakery section.
What: Meet Amy Shure at the Big top Chocolate Festival
All natural, no additives or preservatives, all Shure bread products use ingredients you have in your own kitchen.
For those who don’t have the time to bake themselves, Shure Bread Company can provide a delicious way to share history with family and friends.
Shure Bread is an accomplished bakery in Santa Fe, NM. The sweet cinnamon and fragrant aroma of warm Shure Bread is not only an homage to the Shure Family women, but is considered a traditional bread in many cultures across the globe.
The Original Braided Loaf
The braided cinnamon loaf, crispy on the outside chewy on the inside, is a heavenly taste!
No one can eat only one piece You have been warned!
In the shortbread tradition
Each biscotti has more flavor per bite than any other on the market
Taste each individual flavor, profoundly
Crunchy, sweet and delicious
Flaky, light perfect cream cheese flavor, traditional as if baked by your own grandmother-
For more information, or to contact Amy for interviews:
1730 Camino Carlos Rey Suite 203
Santa Fe, NM 87505