Hello coffee enthusiasts,
First of all, I’d like to apologize for missing the last bi-weekly blog post. With everything we had going on preparing for Thanksgiving, it completely slipped my mind. I’d like to get back on track today with a little description of one of the seasonal staples we have at BCB. With Christmas quickly approaching, we’re planning on offering this item by the end of this week, so now’s the perfect time to shed some light on the rare offering. That menu item is the every-so delicious Bread Pudding.
Now I have to admit, I was a little skeptical about Bread Pudding before I tried it for the first time. For starters, I’m not a huge fan of pudding. In fact, I have a theory that no one is actually a huge pudding advocate. In my opinion, pudding is one of those foods that will always be eaten if it’s available, but certainly would not be chosen over something like ice cream. With that being said, the thought of adding bread to the equation certainly didn’t seem very appealing. I’m happy to say that I was surely mistaken after one bite of Laurel’s Bread Pudding.
So what makes BCB’s Bread Pudding so amazing? Well it’s creamy, with hints of cinnamon and vanilla, and when it’s warmed and topped with a little confectioners sugar, it’s honestly one of the best items we have to offer. Little to my knowledge, it’s not actually pudding consistency, but instead a thicker, custard-like finish. Trust me when I say there aren’t many foods out there that pleasantly surprise me, but this surely was one of them.
There is a bit of a silver-lining to the majesty of the BCB Bread Pudding, and that is that it’s really not around for long. Unfortunately once the weather starts to warm up, the Bread Pudding appeal begins to cool down. There’s just something about enjoying a warm bowl of Bread Pudding on a cold winter’s day, so naturally like all good things, it must come to an end. With that being said, we will be offering Bread Pudding through the holidays, so make sure to make it in and give this unique item a try, before it’s another years wait.
Until next time,