Our new book, Broadsheet Melbourne Food, is out now. To celebrate its release, we’re giving away a prize a day for 12 days. Each prize includes a copy of the book and goods from one of Melbourne’s best producers or suppliers, selected from the book. Enter now for your chance to win.
Daniel Chirico is one of the most respected bakers in the country. In part, that’s because his repertoire is so broad. In addition to the usual breads, Chirico’s three bakeries offer a huge array of French- and Italian-inspired pastries. Each item honours traditional, artisanal techniques but adds modern creative flair.
This prize collects some of Baker D. Chirico’s biggest hits. To get your hands on all of them, you’d usually have to get up early and make a special trip. We’re saving you the hassle and bringing everything right to your doorstep.
A loaf of casalinga bianco, French rye and Jewish challah.
An Italian bombolone doughnut, chocolate ganache tartlet, fruit tartlet, frangipane fruit tart, chocolate brownie, Sicilian cannoli and canele.
A pie, quiche, brie ficelle, savoury scone and ham and gruyere croissant.