A Fall Harvest at Zig’s Bakery and Café

By on September 29, 2016

A Fall Harvest at Zig’s Bakery and Café

This autumn Zig’s Bakery and Café at Brick Gables offers a fall harvest of seasonal produce.

zigs-2016-09-coffee-mugFrom crisp apples to pumpkins and squash, you’ll love the wonderful taste-tempting recipes that make autumn one of the best times of the year at Zig’s.

Pumpkin lovers will love the pumpkin roll with cream cheese filling, the cute little pumpkin whoopie pies, the pumpkin pie, the pumpkin scones and pumpkin bread. Apples more your style? How about apple dumplings, apple crumb pie, apple scones and everything apple that you crave during apple season.

Fall’s bounty also features the delicious Concord grape pie that’s only available once a year. Then there are autumn flavors like sand tarts, roasted Brussels sprouts, zucchini bread, butternut squash soup, Asian-inspired sesame almond crunch noodle salad, ham balls, Moravian sugar cake, bear claws with almonds and so much more.

Be sure to check out the fun at the Harvest Breakfast at Lancaster’s Central Market on Oct. 1, when Zig’s participates in the feast. Then on Oct. 8, Zig’s will be at Appalachian Brewing Company for Lititz’ Chocolate Walk with chocolate peanut butter cupcakes, scones and more.

Mark your calendar now for the Fall Festival at Zig’s on Oct. 19 through 22, with all sorts of samples of fall food, gift card drawings each day, live music Friday afternoon, and children’s activities like pumpkin painting and balloon creatures. Enjoy the tasty fall meals, featuring your choice of beef brisket or pork barbecue with sides for just $10.

Zig’s Café is the perfect spot for breakfast or lunch. They have scones, quiche, breakfast sandwiches, coffee cake, coffee, tea and more. For lunch, enjoy freshly made sandwiches, like turkey pesto focaccia, curry chicken salad and pastrami on rye with coleslaw, Swiss cheese and Thousand Island dressing. Half the fun is choosing your bread, which includes honey wheat, country white, flax, dark rye focaccia, baguette, croissants, cinnamon raisin breads and sourdough boule. There’s an abundance of side dishes and hearty soups too.zigs-2016-09-salad

Don’t forget dessert. Zig’s Bakery has all sorts of pretty little cupcakes, such as chocolate peanut butter and pumpkin. Cakes include flourless chocolate cake and Jewish apple cake. There are lots of pies too, plus egg custard, cream puffs and fruit tarts.

As Brandon Ziegler of Zig’s notes, most of the fresh produce comes from Lancaster County, and the beautifully renovated barn provides a unique setting with a sophisticated look that features stone walls accented by sleek wood tables and modern chairs, wood beams, a comfy red leather couch and a stylish oil painting of a cow. There are deli cases on one wall  baked goods on the other, with sandwiches, salads and breakfast made to order. Brick Gables is also a beautiful wedding and event venue and catering business.

They are located at 800 East Newport Road, Lititz, and hours are Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-7 p.m.; Saturday 7 a.m.-3 p.m. To find out more or to place an order, call 626-7981 and be sure to check out the website at www.zigsbakery.com. and like Zig’s on Facebook. Contact www.brickgables.com for Brick Gables, the place for weddings, gatherings and events.

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