Angelina was my maternal grandmother and she taught me how to make traditional Italian biscotti. The photo you see of her to the right was taken when she was just 16 years old and is one of my favorite photos of her, although I know she would disagree!
Over the years I've recognized that although I grew up with my grandmother's traditional biscotti, the licorice bite of the anise seed if often considered an acquired taste... so in addition to the traditional biscotti offerings, I developed other flavors that do not have the anise seed and I hope you enjoy. In addition to handmade biscotti, I offer several different baked goods. There is a complete, well, almost complete, list of my offerings available to view on the "Our Products" page.
I have held my California Cottage Food Operators Permit for several years now, and obtaining this allows me to bake and sell from my home. My dining room was home to my bakery for many years, but I've recently expanded into the living room! My bakery space is clean, efficient and a beautiful, bright place for me to work. After having used commercial kitchens in the past, obtaining my CFO permit also allows me to be in complete control of my baking environment, which being a bit of a clean freak, is a bonus for me and I believe you too. There are a few photos of the bakery on my "Photos" page, but I am working on posting additional images.
Angelina's Family Kitchen is a licensed, registered and insured CFO in Solano County, Calif, #201252
Our Benicia Farmers' Market Season will begin as usual, the last Thursday of April 2020, which is literally the last Thursday of April, 4.30.20. Benicia Mainstreet continues to be kind to me and keep me in my same spot in front of Java Point and Sepay Groves Olive Oil. I have been working on new flavors and slowly "discontinuing" some of the not so popular items. However, everything is available if ordered well ahead of time, custom!
BENICIA FARMERS' MARKET:
Every Thursday from April 30th - October 29th 4-8 pm
Thank you for visiting my website, everything you see here I did myself so I must apologize if it appears to be a tad "rustic", because it is!