A Visit to New Cascadia Traditional Bakery
There are several gluten-free bakeries in Portland, Oregon, and someday I hope to visit them all, but if you only have time to search out one during your visit, don’t leave the city without stopping by New Cascadia Traditional a dedicated gluten-free bakery located at 1700 SE 6th. Their products may also be found at the Portland Farmer’s Markets, Whole Foods Market, and several other venues in and around Portland.
They specialize in artisan breads, pastries, pies, cakes and cookies, and if you like coffee, they carry Stumptown, which is an added bonus! I came home with two loaves of Honey Gold bread that is excellent for sandwiches or a slice of toast; the texture and taste are both tremendous. But it’s all the other treats that are so hard to resist. Everything is baked fresh daily and I don’t know for certain but I imagine they sell out of most items. One of my favorite’s was a small little puffed pastry called a brioche. Inside the brioche was a nice little tasty treat of sausage and cheese, not over-powering, jut an added boost of yumminess in the center.
Why you should visit New Cascadia Traditional Bakery
The texture in their cakes and muffins alone is worth the visit. I would love to get my hands on a few of those recipes, but that’s what makes them special and will make me come back for more the next time I visit. If you are planning a trip to Portland don’t forget to carve out a little time to stop by New Cascadia Traditional Bakery. I promise, you won’t be disappointed!