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Mayfair Bakery & Patisserie create epic apple cider-infused pork kransky

The iconic Port Adelaide bakehouse have collaborated with Big Shed Brewing for their much-anticipated kranksy of the month, which is infused with apple cider.

Images: Mayfair Bakery & Patisserie.

Port Adelaide favourite Mayfair Bakery & Patisserie have been a firm favourite amongst locals and visitors alike for 150 years, serving up a selection of sweet and savoury treats, and building up a cult-following of gluten-free foodies with their iconic gluten-free baked cheesecakes. 

Those looking to satisfy a savoury craving will be delighted to learn of Mayfair Bakery’s Kransky of the Month, which for the month of July is a collaboration with Big Shed Brewing, to create a mouth-watering apple cider pork kransky masterpiece. 

Working with local butchers Meat Your Needs to supply the kranksy with its premium quality pork, the meat is smoked over 48 hours to give a tender and delicious flavour, infused with Big Shed’s Straight Up cider, with chunks of juicy apple running through Mayfair’s flaky butter puff pastry. 

The delicious kransky offers customers an opportunity to to sample some of the best offerings of the most-loved food and drink producers in the area, with Meat Your Needs regularly collaborating with Mayfair Bakery on their monthly kransky specials including an epic Hot Link BBQ Pork Kransky with jalapeño bell peppers and melted cheese. The team at the Mayfair are loving putting a creative spin on their Kranskys, even producing a smoked Thai Kransky with soy sauce, lombok and sesame oil. 

Gluten-free customers often flock to the Mayfair for their incredible coeliac baked cheesecakes, for which owner Phil teased an exciting new collaboration that was in the works. With details yet to be announced, customers can for now enjoy the bakery’s newest flavour a decadent Belgian chocolate and Nutella, which have been flying out of the door since first being offered at the start of this month. 

One to their most popular offerings, 20 tonnes of rich, handmade cream cheese are used a year just for these incredible baked, gluten free cheesecakes. 

Celebrating their 150th anniversary this year, the Mayfair have brought back an old favourite, the wagon wheel, putting a native-ingredient inspired twist on the classic dessert, using South Australian strawberry and native lemon myrtle jam for this month’s mouth-watering flavour. 

Both a kransky and a Wagon Wheel will set customers back $6.50 each, so if the sound of this month’s flavours are right up your street be sure to pay a visit to the Port Adelaide bakery before the end of July!

Find Mayfair Bakery & Patisserie at 156 St Vincent St, Port Adelaide. 

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