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Post by Paul2CV on Sat Feb 25, 2012 8:06 pm

Hi Conventional 1,

I think that a good bakery using fresh and good quality ingredients would have a chance of competing. But it would require enough people who actually care to eat real food. Good, real, fresh bread is amazing. If you added a deli to the mix, i think it could go places.

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Post by conventional1 on Sun Feb 05, 2012 3:09 pm

i remember Anna's there was also Negron's Bakery--the same family that owned Bogie's it was where the Timberline now is. i heard it was pretty good. i guess its hard to compete with town & country and getting in and out of locations on the highway. we need one in the Town Center or a drive-thru. lol



trout wrote:Yes I believe it called Anna's Bakery on the highway across the road from KingCatfish. It closed two weeks before the toronado hit Highland. They had good pastries, breads and biscuits. The area does need a goo Real Bakery.

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Post by trout on Sun Feb 05, 2012 2:16 pm

Yes I believe it called Anna's Bakery on the highway across the road from KingCatfish. It closed two weeks before the toronado hit Highland. They had good pastries, breads and biscuits. The area does need a goo Real Bakery.

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Post by conventional1 on Sat Feb 04, 2012 10:33 pm

wasnt there one where the Timberline Restaurant was for awhile? it didnt make it

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Post by Paul2CV on Sun Oct 16, 2011 10:21 pm

Hi Forum,

Has anyone ever attempted a real bakery in the area?

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