Cara Got a Food Truck!
We’ve bought a food truck and we’re starting a new business around it! Galley Goodies will still provide gluten free baked goods, but the Heard Food Truck will provide much more!
Time for a Fundraiser
We still need to get the truck ready for state inspections and other assorted requirements, which means that we need to get some work done and buy lots of supplies. To help us along and to make sure that we’re ready in time for warm weather, we’re holding a fundraiser dinner right here in Bath, Maine. Galley Goodies will provide the food, and proceeds will go to the truck. You can find out all the details at heardfoodtruck.com.
Two Different Companies
It’s a bit weird, but we’re setting up the truck as a separate company from Galley Goodies. They’ll serve different kinds of food in a different kind of venue, so it works out a little better for us that way. We’ll still be at the Bath Farmers’ Market and you can still place an order with us if you need goodies. Be sure to see us at this season’s winter markets if you have any questions, or if maybe you’d like to buy some bagels. 🙂
Bread is probably the trickiest thing you can make as a gluten free baker. It’s difficult to find the right flour mix, and to get the recipe right. But we did it, and our bread tastes like regular bread. It’s not just “good enough”. It’s great! We have rolls, breadsticks, croissants and more. We can even make vegan bread!
Cupcakes, brownies and tartlets, oh my! We can make bunches of different desserts, and we create more on a daily basis. Changing things up a bit is an advantage of having a professional pastry chef at the helm.
More Baked Goodies
We wouldn't be much of a bakery if we didn't have cookies and things. Galley Pie Minis are miniature cookie pies, and they come in bunches of flavors. Along with those, we have sandwich cookies, regular cookies... and brownies. Of course we have brownies.