Who took all the photographs on the website and are they of actual food that is sold?
Jacob Grant of Jacob Grant Photography took the good photos. All the pictures on the site are not stock photos and are actual photos of food that has been made.
How will I receive my order?
Your order will be delivered to you either by bike (hence the name “Bikery”) or by car if there is bad weather. We can also arrange to pickup from Emilio’s home if nothing else works for you.
How will I pay for my order?
At the moment, Emilio is accepting cash and Venmo.
What if there is a problem with my order?
Emilio is constantly tweaking recipes, proofing times, baking times, and processes in order to figure out how to deliver quality products efficiently. Let him know in the contact us tab or text/call him directly to let him know of any issues so that he can correct them. He will make it up to you on your next order!
How can I store my bread?
HERE is some advice from The Perfect Loaf. In summary, you can use a breadbox (I store my bread in my dutch oven), use resealable wrap like Bee’s Wrap, or use paper bags, kitchen towels, and plastic bags. The site recommends to not store it in the refrigerator, but you can store it in the freezer for long periods of time.
Do I get charged for delivery?
There is currently no charge for delivery because of all the stresses put on all our families from the coronavirus. You are more than welcome to give a tip for delivery if you are obliged. Emilio is looking into finding drop-off locations in Montecito, Santa Barbara, and Goleta to provide alternate drop-off locations in lieu of including a future delivery fee. Let Emilio know if you would know of any local businesses who you think would like to be a drop-off location.