Local Baked Goods Made with Love

With her brand Love & Flour, Tequesta resident Angela Wright crafts made-to-order loaves and baked Italian delights

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Angela Wright’s lemon ricotta cake. Photo courtesy of Love & Flour
Angela Wright’s lemon ricotta cake. Photo courtesy of Love & Flour

Angela Wright has always been comfortable in the kitchen. Her Italian mother and grandmother introduced her to baking and cooking at a young age, and the family spent much of their time in the kitchen together. But it was her brother and sister-in-law who later introduced her to the world of sourdough. “They are true homesteaders and live primarily off the land [in New Hampshire],” says Wright, who resides in Tequesta. “They raise and butcher their own meat, produce fresh milk, homemade cheese, herbs, fruits, and vegetables. My sister-in-law showed me the ropes with sourdough when I visited, and she sent me home with my very first established starter. I dove in headfirst.” 

Angela Wright’s roasted tomato and herb sourdough. Photo courtesy of Love & Flour
Angela Wright’s roasted tomato and herb sourdough. Photo courtesy of Love & Flour

Last year, Wright began selling her bread under the brand Love & Flour. Her made-to-order loaves feature fresh ingredients she purchases from a local green market and include
flavors like caramelized onion with Gruyère, fig and goat cheese, jalapeño cheddar, cranberry walnut, and cinnamon raisin. Her specialty is focaccia with olive oil, rosemary, and sea salt, and she also makes a delectable Italian lemon ricotta cake. Varieties change weekly, and Wright is happy to modify ingredients to honor custom orders. $11-$25/sourdough loaf; $22 lemon ricotta cake

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