Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Bridge City Baking's Rugelach at Elephant's Deli Uptown

Bridge City Baking Traditional Style Rugelach at Elephant's Deli Uptown

Bridge City Baking has a big launch with Elephant’s Deli Uptown, 115 NW 22nd Ave right off of Burnside and NW22nd.

Elephant's will be selling Bridge City's Rugelach (gluten free!) in time for the Jewish holidays. Meet the owners, Lou and Stacie: September 24th and again on October 6th at Elephant's.

Rugelach means little twists in Yiddish, and is a traditional Eastern European dessert. Jewish in origin, rugelach was primarily served at the time of Hanukkah. There are two styles of rugelach, the first is crescent-shaped, some say relative to the French croissant. The second is “cut” in the style of rolled strudel.

Our rugelach is cut, each end resembling pinwheels. We begin with a sheet of gluten-free dough covered with one of our four traditional jams or spreads sprinkled with walnuts, cinnamon and sugar. Rolled tightly by hand, each sixteen inch roll is cut into approximately one ounce little beauties.

Bridge City Baking rugelach is available in three different ways; a 12 oz retail package or in a decorative glass jar (2 sizes available) perfect for coffee houses or cafes to be sold by the piece.

Varieties include: Raspberry, Cinnamon Raisin, Apricot & Chocolate Chip Raisin

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