Baker Bridget Brings Back the Bread!
Posted by Baker Bridget on November 27, 2019 at 2:00 PM
Hi there, Toons. It's getting mighty cold here in The Brrrgh, but luckily for me I'm all tucked up and warm inside The Mostly Toasty Bread Company. It's winter here all year round, so I completely lost track of time! Only did I realize the holiday season was upon us when Sir Max paid me a visit a day or two ago. And before you ask -- no, he wasn't looking for more cake. He tells me that he's on an exercise program nowadays.
This time around, Sir Max came seeking some bread for his annual Thanksgiving meal -- and who better to ask than the best baker in town? You'd never guess what happened though, so I'll just tell go ahead and tell you. I ran out of dough! With Thanksgiving only a few days away, all of the other shopkeepers had closed up shop for the rest of the week. I sat and thought to myself, "How am I going to bake Sir Max this bread?". It was only a matter of time before Thanksgiving was going to be ruined!
As quick as I could, I ran down the street to Hambrrrgers, only to find the doors were locked. My guess is that Chef Bumblesoup went home early to prepare a hearty Thanksgiving meal for his family. The only other option I had was visiting Subzero Sandwich Shop, also conveniently located on Walrus Way. Sandy had a sign in the window which read "It may be Thanksgiving, but we're still open!". The writing and calligraphy seemed all too similar to Sir Max's sign making handiwork.
So now I'm thinking "Why didn't Sir Max just ask Sandy for some bread?". Then I remembered that according to Sir Max, I'm the "sweetest" baker in town! A fitting title given my profession, if you ask me. Sandy happily handed me enough dough to last the winter, and with that I headed home. I was able to bake Sir Max the biggest and sweetest loaf of bread he's ever seen and tasted. I'm honestly pretty surprised that he's even planning on eating all that bread with how many pounds he's put on -- and currently exercising off. Regardless, you now know the story of how I saved Thanksgiving! If you ever need some last minute baking goods for your holiday meals, you know where to find me.