New face at Fernie bakery

There’s a new master of spin in Fernie – and he’s ready to make you the best pizza you’ve ever tasted.

Loaf Bakery’s new head chef Billy Woodford shows off his pizza-spinning expertise at the Fernie bakery

 

There’s a new master of spin in Fernie – and he’s ready to make you the best pizza you’ve ever tasted.

 

Loaf Bakery’s new head chef Billy Woodford has already made his mark on the Fernie bakery & café – he created the new Mediterranean-fusion Lunch@Loaf menu that is now available at the café every day.

 

Pizzas are now available from 12pm every Sunday and from 5pm every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

 

Billy trained in Western Australia and worked at Mike Wiegele Heliski Tours before coming to Fernie last spring.

 

Loaf is also selling fresh pastries at Fernie Mountain Market every Sunday this summer.

 

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