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  • Eating Local In Cleveland: The Best Bakeries

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    Looking for some great stores in Cleveland that sell the best food in the city? Skip out on the big grocery store aisles, and buy local!


    18101 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, 216-529-8443,

    Who They Are: Before baking, Ginius Macys worked in IT, and his wife, Sabine Kretzschmar, did nonprofit work. "We both grew up with European parents who were into high-quality bread, and we wanted to open a business," says Kretzschmar. They opened part of the Breadsmith franchise eight years ago and make it their own with plenty of Irish soda bread and monkey bread. What They Have: Breads, buns, cookies and pizza dough Try This: Thursday's farmer's wheat. Plus, look for periodic specials made with local grain. where to get It: North Union, Crocker Park and Cleveland Clinic farmers markets and 30 restaurants, including Georgetown and Tartine

    Fowler's Milling Co.

    12500 Fowlers Mill Road, Chardon, 440-286-2024,

    Who They Are: Billie and Rick Erickson were interested in opening a bakery and were always on the hunt for good flour. "We became aware of stone grinding," says Billie, "and we got interested in the whole process of milling." Billie, who grew up in Chardon around Fowler's Mill, learned it was for sale. They bought it in 1985 and opened two years later. What They Have: Flour products and baking mixes for items such as bread and pancakes Try This: Apple crisp mix. "It's whole grain, whole oats, whole wheat flour," says Billie, "and it supports our primary customers, who are apple orchards." where to get It: Online, Whole Foods in University Heights, Patterson's Fruit Farm, Sage's Apples, Richard's Maple Products and farmers markets.

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