Flo Fab's piece yesterday in the New York Times on two kinds of serious E-baked goods, by Seth Greenberg and Florian Bellinger respectively, started me thinking about the incredible number of E-Bakeries cropping up all over the world. I understand it takes far less capital to sell on the web, but I for one miss the incredible smells that greet and envelop customers in a bricks and mortar bakery. That said, I know Seth Greenberg's schnecken (mini-sticky buns) are amazing (no website yet. They can only be ordered by calling 646-290-9204) ditto Bellinger's macaroons (I have eaten far too many of both). But what are the E-Baked Goods other Serious Eaters love and crave? I'm partial to the incredibly flaky double-crusted pies at the Grand Traverse Pie Company. They have nine stores, all in Michigan, but I can only vouch for the store in Traverse City and the pies they ship from that store. I have to thank Mario Batali for GTPC coming into my life. He sent me one of their pies five years ago, and I've been hooked ever since.
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