M Bakery Catering offers a customizable menu featuring some of our best Eastern-European family recipes for you and your guests. For more information, please contact us directly at email@example.com with your inquiry.
We offer a customizable menu featuring some of our best Eastern-European family recipes for you and your guests. For more information, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with your inquiry.
Our shoppe is happy to accommodate special orders for our pastry case with advance notice. All sweets are baked without the use of margarine, GMO-flour, shortening, or artificial preservatives.
On Sundays Shop is Closed, Please call us with your orders at → 253-395-1068
With traditional Eastern-European influences, M Bakery offers a fusion-inspired menu with unique and distinctive flavors. Our small-batch baked sweet and savory pastries are prepared using high quality, local ingredients and are baked fresh daily in our small grab & go, mom & pop shoppe.
M Bakery & Deli is a family-owned and operated bakery specializing in rustic home-spun recipes using traditional methods and baking in small-batches, keeping our pastry case consistently fresh.
Our approach to food comes from a long history of harnessing family recipes and using the highest quality ingredients in the process. The entire process is approached with great attention to detail with no substitutions, preservatives or artificial ingredients.
M bakery exclusively uses unbleached, non-GMO flour in every item we bake. We make the conscious effort to choose organic, natural, and local ingredients as often as possible.
All of our pastries are made fresh in our kitchen, daily. In addition to using fresh dairy, we use ghee that we make in our shoppe. Ghee is a golden clarified butter with a slightly nutty taste, and is a staple in our kitchen
I grew up on stews and soups prepared by the women in my family. Having been born in Armenia into the fall of the USSR, and immigrating to the states as a child, our meals continued to be prepared using traditional methods with a fierce attentiveness to detail. Fresh cilantro, parsley, mint, and tarragon were washed the night before and delicately wrapped in kitchen towels like newborn babies, and potatoes peeled without a freckle of dirt leftover to ever suggest that at one point they were buried in the ground. We at a lot of potatoes. A lot.
Back home, grocery variety was often limited under the command economy, but produce was always sourced locally and sold in its respective season. Living in the states under financial hardship as refugees sharpened our savviness for stretching starches and grains. Considering the circumstances, each recipe became its own brilliant mismatched puzzle. One in particular, adjep sandali , was a classic we reserved for birthday dinners & outoftown guests. Cuts of lamb were marinated two days before and thrown on the spit before finding themselves in my mother’s tabletop, handcranking meat grinder.
Cumin and coriander seeds were toasted before they met the mortar & pestle, while eggplants, tomatoes, and potatoes, were charred to perfection on an open flame, and peeled hot. We would dip our fingers into a saucer of cold water every ten seconds. I never questioned why we had to peel them while scalding our fingertips, I just trusted the process. The final result yielded a vatsized pot, slowly cooking the stew all day before it was served in the evening with Armenian Hatchapuri bread, and cognac, of course.
Today, I wait for the fall to bring the blustery overcast gloom before I start peeling those potatoes. (Maybe I’m trying to set the true soviet scene, or maybe I’m a biased fallbaby, I don’t know). I gather my closest friends at my apartment for what we call our ‘family dinner’, i.e. a gorgefest starring the stew I spend most of the day trying not to make too spicy for the babies who can’t handle the heat. We always run out of bowls and resort to using pyrex containers, smaller soup pots, and large coffee mugs to supplement my (lack of) kitchenware
I can’t recreate adjep sandali. City living has provided me a fivesquarefoot kitchen, and no friends who are patient enough to offer me the unconditional love of peeling pipinghot tomatoes. It lives as a delicacy that I am lucky to come home to help with for birthdays and outoftown guests.
Contact us today for pricing inquiries, or to submit a catering order. Please include your name, the date of your event, and the number of people in your party. All official orders must be placed over the phone, or in person.
M Bakery Catering offers a customizable menu featuring some of our best Eastern-European family recipes for you and your guests. For more information, please contact us directly at email@example.com
All of our pastries are made fresh daily in our flagship store in Kent, WA. We are able to deliver throughout King County, Seattle, WA and are available for special orders
If you’re looking for a special occasion cake from M Bakery, we offer a small selection of our house cakes and seasonal favorites to choose. All cakes are scratch-baked in-house using the highest quality ingredients and in an effort to use local and natural products whenever possible. Cakes available in half-sheet and full-sheet sizes. Please call for pricing and availability.
three layers of delicious fluffy white cake, with a layer of fresh strawberries in the center. delicate custard-like cream with shaved coconut
3 layers: Poppy seed, walnut, and raisin with Dulcé du leche cream frosting, drizzled with chocolate ganache
Cocoa cake with layers of cocoa cream, and slivered walnuts between each layer. Shaved chocolate on top. Can also be done with toasted almonds
3 thick layers of carrot cake with walnuts and cream cheese frosting (add raisins $5.00)
Crepes | M bakery is introducing a new crepe variety in our breakfast menu. We’ll be making delicious combos like cream-cheese & apple compote, and PB&J. For more information, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with your inquiry.
Our piroshki are wrapped & baked fresh every morning. All fillings are made in-house using high-quality ingredients. Piroshki are served warm, but are traditionally served at room temperature as well. All piroshki are available for special order with take-and-bake options
|Ham & Cheese||A buttery, flaky take on a classic||$2.95|
|Beef||Ground beef made from marinated chuck roast||$2.95|
|Hotdog & Cheese||No-Nitrate Beef dog, provolone||$2.95|
|Spinach & Feta||Fresh baked spinach with herbs & feta||$2.95|
|Bacon & Cabbage||Creamy bacon and green cabbage||$2.95|
|Mashed Potato||Rustic russets seasoned to perfection||$2.95|
M Bakery’s wraps are all made-to-order using house-prepared meats and spreads using delicious Lavash. Please allow 10-15 minutes for each wrap order and call us ahead of time to grab and go.
|Grilled Chicken Wrap||Bell peppers, provolone cheese, lemon-mint aioli, sumac||$7.75|
|B.L.T Wrap||Thick strips of bacon, roasted tomato, lemon-mint aioli, sumac||$7.75|
|Pulled Pork Wrap||Bell peppers, provolone cheese, lemon-mint aioli||$7.75|
|Chicken Tarragon Wrap (Fresh Wrap)||Fresh tarragon, almonds, feta cheese, romaine, sumac||$7.75|
|Toga Wrap (Fresh Wrap)||Black olives, cucumbers, feta cheese, almonds, romaine, sumac||$7.75|
Pastries baked fresh daily using non-GMO, unbleached flour with no artificial preservatives, colors or flavors. Our case is a representation of the best of our bi-cultural recipe book. In our case, you can find a daily selection of these items:
Our shoppe is an extension of our family kitchen, and we hope to welcome you to it with a indistinguishable hospitality. Anna Kasabyan