Healthful whole-grain artisan breads were the starting point for Gateway Community College students participating recently in a nutritional food contest.
When avid food fans gather, drama fills the air like delectable aromas. That was the essence of the scene, as the fifth annual Iron Chef Elm City competition got under way on a recent Sunday afternoon at Delia, the impressive Viking appliance showroom in Wallingford.
Packing a basket for a spring picnic treat? Planning a patio party or a homemade dinner for friends? Put your sense of taste to the test. Treat your guests to a flavorful appetizer that includes each of these three things: a distinctive wine carefully chosen to compliment the particular flavors of certain other cheese and bread choices.
Will sports fans be gathering at your place to enjoy some big-game action along with some high-scoring treats? Here’s a game plan with Big Win written all over it – three tasty power-plays from the Chabaso Bread Company’s all-pro food super-stars.
America’s first Food Day was celebrated with enthusiasm and imagination across the country last Monday, and here in New Haven, with an uncommon hands-on urban experience –– picking greens, herbs and vegetables, and taking a taste of them right there where they are grown.
Chabaso Bakery, a local artisan bread company, is known for its popular and authentic Ciabatta loaves, rolls, baguettes and other great breads sold in small food stores, large food chains and through foodservice accounts along the east coast. Chabaso is also known as a loyal contributor of bread products to many causes and events. According to Mary Ingarra, Connecticut Food Bank’s Director of Communication, “Chabaso is one of our most dependable suppliers of bread on an every-day basis. We thank the company for this, and greatly appreciate their efforts.”
National Food Day is on the way! On Monday, October 24, one of the national Food Day events will take place in the Fair Haven neighborhood at the Chabaso Community Garden located at Chabaso Bread Bakery, 360 James Street.
At least fifteen Team Chabaso bike riders are slated to test their mettle along with some of the best peddlers in Connecticut on Saturday, September 10th, when they join the first annual “Closer to Free” Bike Ride Fundraiser outside Yale Bowl for the benefit of the Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven.
Just when you thought that all summer dining was old news, Chabaso, the popular artisan bread bakery in New Haven, Connecticut, introduces two new ways to enliven your next outdoor dining event.
A walk through any modern bread bakery is like a step back in time. Bakers at work today in factory-like environments are practicing a craft with prehistoric origins. Advances in bread-making methods have been a measure of the rise of civilization itself.
Chabaso Bakery is bringing the Old-World flavor of handcrafted bread to more families at more mealtime occasions. The popular bakery, best known for all-natural artisan bread, has introduced two unique CIABATTA PULL-APARTS, each with easy-to-separate sections. They’ve also introduced two flavorful new varieties of SANDWICH ROLLS to their full line of high-quality breads.
With Spring in the air, people are thinking about new beginnings, making healthy choices and finding ways to eat better and promote a healthier lifestyle. Dieting, vitamins, exercising, eating less and eating right, are all some of the well-known secrets to good health. Sometimes however, it just takes sticking with the basics. At Chabaso Bakery, an artisan bread company headquartered in New Haven, Connecticut, they do just that. Chabaso bakers hand-mix whole grains and other wholesome ingredients, then take their time making bread the old-fashioned way.
According to government statistics, not having enough to eat has become a problem for more than one in eight American families. That shocking truth is one reason that a popular bread bakery is focused on helping put food on their tables throughout the year. Chabaso Bakery is one of the most celebrated bakeries in the United States. A family-owned business founded in New Haven, Connecticut, they produce and distribute over two dozen varieties of artisan breads and rolls to fine stores throughout New England, New Jersey, New York, and along the eastern seaboard.
Always searching for flavorful new tastes, a popular New Haven, Connecticut-based artisan bread baker has recently introduced three new ways to delight its avid fans. According to Chabaso Bakery’s Director of Marketing, Dorothy Radlicz, "American bread-lovers are in for a trio of new fresh-baked treats."
On Saturday, October 8, 2010, the Fair Haven Community Health Center (FHCHC) teamed-up with Yale University graduate students to help reduce the high rate of diabetes in the neighborhood.
Chabaso Bakery and Fair Haven Community Health Center have partnered to prevent diabetes in the Fair Haven neighborhood of New Haven, with a new garden and education program to promote healthy lifestyle habits among people at risk.
Chabaso Bakery has been recognized by Connecticut Magazine® as a Best of Connecticut® 2010 winner for Best Bread!
Charles Negaro is in for a memorable ride.
Chabaso, the popular New Haven-based artisan bread bakery, has re-opened a bakery outlet store in a new space at their bakery building, 360 James Street in New Haven, in the vicinity of the Amistad Academy Charter School.
The French have a name for it, that long, thin symbol of the city of light, that healthy, tasty, light and crusty icon of Parisian bread at its best – Baguette – the bread that goes to such great lengths to impress the world with its crunch.
Chabaso’s new bread packaging has barely hit store shelves, but has already won a prestigious industry award, taking silver from among thousands of world-wide entries in the 39th Annual Creativity Awards. One of the longest running international competitions in the world, the Creativity Awards is a showcase for the best in global graphic design and advertising.
The Chabaso success story began in 1995 as a labor of love by founder Charles Negaro, whose artisan bread has now become a staple on grocery market shelves throughout the Northeastern US. These all-natural breads are made with hand-baked care and an enduring commitment to community involvement.
Chabaso offers three great turkey recipes for Thanksgiving!
Chabaso Bakery, the fast-growing northeast regional artisan bread company known for taste and all-natural freshness, took "Best Service to the Stores – Perishables – 2009" award at Stop & Shop/Giant–Landover’s recent annual vendor meeting in Boston, MA.