Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Dewey's, Winston-Salem's Hometown Bakery, Goes Online

Oh, Dewey's.  

Ooooooooooooh, Dewey's.

 you had me at 
"Free Cake Square Day Mondays"

And now this.

Yes!  Dewey's Bakery has gone online!

Founded in the middle of the Great Depression, Dewey's was the area's first all-electric bakery.  The original store was in Downtown Winston-Salem, and specialized in Moravian baked goods.

Cake squares, creme horns, eclairs, turnover, danishes, Moravian cookies, sugar cake, oatmeal cookie sandwiches, brownies, lemon squares...

Birthday cakes, wedding cakes, retirement cakes, anniversary cakes...

Did I mention that Blue Ridge Ice Creams is now a part of Dewey's Bakery at Thruway Center?

Both are homegrown companies born in Winston-Salem, etched into the memories of all who grew up here.  The Dewey's on Reynolda Road was where our Mom brought us.  An eclair was her treat to herself, and each of us kids would take about 10 minutes to decide what we were going to get.  Decisions, decisions.

I digress.

Nothing beats walking into the local bakery and picking your treats right out of the showcase.  But if you're no longer in the area you now have the option to drool over the website, make your choices, and have your deliciously fabulous baked goodies 
on your doorstep in just a few days.

Visit their new website here.

And wipe your chin.  You're drooling.

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