Greetings from Rhode Island: My First Great Harvest Experience!


I got up to Rhode Island this afternoon, and we went to look for lunch. Some of the fam went to Walt’s Roast Beef, but I saw a Great Harvest and wanted to try it. I feel like it’s the Body Pump of breads. Awesome, popular in the blogging world, but not easy to come by in NYC.

I mean, if Kath and her husband are opening one, it’s got to be healthy, right?



If I weren’t going from here to Boston and from Boston to Baltimore, I might have picked up a whole lot more, but I just picked up a gift and a Kahuna bar for me.


I went for a California cobb sandwich–turkey, avocado, bacon and a little blue cheese spread (okay, not totally healthy. But totally yummy.) on nine-grain bread with lettuce, tomato and onion.


And a little onion ring from Walt’s.

10 comments on “Greetings from Rhode Island: My First Great Harvest Experience!

  1. Dawn

    LOVE LOVE LOVE Great Harvest!!! I first experienced their bread @ a local outdoor market near New Hope here in PA and then realized that there is a store not too far from where I am, but still a good 30 min drive and don’t get there often, but recently an indoor market opened 15 mins from here that carry their bread and I am so happy once again!!!! I am so jealous though as the store near here is not as nice as the one you visited! Nor do they have all that you speak about!

    1. Theodora Post author

      @Kath: I didn’t know I should! Is that the calendar thingy? Everything looked so good, and the sandwich was delicious. I can’t wait to try the Kahuna!

    1. Theodora Post author

      @Cait @ Beyond Bananas: I’ve seen a lot of people (or maybe just Kath, a lot?) write about it, and I looked it up, too. I think you’re in CT, right? The closest one is probably this one!

  2. Katie BNB

    where in rhode island are you?
    if you are near providence stop by at Seven Stars Bakery for delicious bread and baked goods!


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