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We love our Golden Grain bread. The biggest sellers are the light and dark rye although the bakery also makes French stick, white sliced, whole wheat, seven-grain, multigrain and flax-seed bread, as well as cookies, pies and pastries. The bread options in the city have improved considerably in the past 20 years, but people still make a trip to get freshly baked bread and other treats from the Brady St. bakery part of their Sunday morning ritual. The bakery was started in 1936 by Peter Andlar, a Croatian-Canadian. He passed the recipes and the business onto his sons, Peter Jr. and John. Andlar’s grandson John Jr. and David now look after the day-to-day operations with the help of dad, John. The stories of people taking supplies of Golden Grain bread to share with friends and relatives in southern Ontario are legend. John Jr. says one family from Pennsylvania has a standing order for 200 loaves. The former residents of the city pick up their bread when they visit Sudbury in the summer. They freeze it, and then enjoy a taste of Sudbury on a daily basis. Stay for closing credits There are hundreds of names in the credits of the new Imax film Mysteries of the Great Lakes, produced by Science North. One of those names is Allison Lickley. The young musician is credited for the music that plays over the final credits of the giant-screen film. Her music has been compared to Sarah McLachlan, Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez and Norah Jones. She has recently released a new CD, You Might Find Me Here. Her father, David Lickley, is the producer and director of the film that tells the story of the attempts to save lake sturgeon. The sturgeon has lived in the Great Lakes for thousands of years and is almost extinct. Mysteries of the Great Lakes has magnificent scenery and a moving soundtrack which also includes The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald by Gordon Lightfoot. The two-year effort to get the OK from the folk singer to use the song “is a movie in itself,” said David Lickley. Lightfoot was initially contacted by Ronnie Hawkins at the request of his friend, Sudbury businessman Risto Laamanen. Lightfoot originally said no. He had promised the families of the men who died in the tragedy he would not allow the song to be exploited. A few months before the film’s release, the filmmakers were able to convince the legendary musician about the benefits of their project. At the opening of the film, a gala at Science North, Lickley said the real mystery of the film was putting the funding together to make the $6-million film. “It took almost four years to get the funding.” Allison Lickley and her sister Megan performed at the opening gala. The busy musician, who has roots in Sudbury, is touring to support her new CD. The hole story Coffee shops are community meeting places. It would be rare to visit one in Greater Sudbury and not run into at least one familiar face. Sudburians love their coffee, and most of us order a doughnut to dunk into our hot cup of java. Those sugary snacks aren’t so sweet. According to the Nutrition Action Newsletter, some of those doughnuts have four times the calories and six times more threatening fat than others. Although Tim Hortons has downsized its doughnuts to its 1964 size, a Timmy’s apple fritter (90 grams) has 310 calories, and 13 grams of total fat. The chocolate glazed (70 grams) has 350 calories and 22 grams of total fat. The maple dip (55 grams) is the best bet with 200 calories and 5 grams of fat. Order a 115-gram mini apple fritter at Country Style and chew on 730 calories and 18 grams of trans fat (about the same amount of trans fat as a McDonald’s quarter pounder with cheese.) Compare that with the Boston cream doughnut which has two grams of transfat and four grams of saturated fat. The Nutrition Action Newsletter says a healthy diet has about 65 grams of fat daily and 20 grams trans fat. Summer 2008 Sudbury Living 7 sudburyupfront front Give us our bread!

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Cover Story
People
Decor
Gardening
On the Town
Food
Drink
Fashion
Health/Fitness
Recreation
Arts
Northern Adventures
Calendar
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