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Hewn - Hand Forged Artisan Bread Our Story Our Bread Our Menu Hewn - Hand Fonged Artisan Bread Our Space Find Us News Hewn Our Story Our Bread Our Menu Our Space Find Us News - Hand Forged Artisan Bread - Our Story WE MAKE HAND FORGED, ARTISAN BREAD. Hewn \?hyün\ to give form or shape to with or as if with heavy cutting blows by hand. Why the name Hewn? It all started on the coast of Maine in an 18th century house, while Ellen was taking a course on Historic Preservation through the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities. The project involved dating parts of a house by examining the building techniques. One way to date a structure is to look at the beams and determine if they were hand-hewn or cut with a saw. Ellen discovered a treasure when a hand-hewn beam was found inside the walls, meaning that a craftsman used an axe to shape the beam. Ellen’s career as a historic preservationist ended after working on the Maine Coast when she started to pursue her passion for food, but the word hewn stuck with her. Making bread is an ancient craft that relies on the hands of the baker. The word hewn is a way to connect the past with the future. Everything at Hewn is made in-house, from scratch daily. We source local and seasonal ingredients from small, local farmers when their flavors are at their peak. All of our breads are hand-mixed, hand-shaped and naturally fermented without commercial yeast. Allowing bread to ferment with wild yeast allows a richer, more complex flavor to develop. It also allows the gluten proteins to slowly and naturally break down over time. The starter (levain/sourdough) was initially created by Ellen several years ago. Our bakers all work to feed and maintain the starter every day. Each day our bakers mix the dough by hand, turning it every 30 minutes over a four hour period. The dough is then shaped and placed into bannetons, where it rests overnight to rise naturally. In the morning, the bakers fire up the oven and bake the bread. From the start of the mix to the bake, the bread is fermented approximately 20 hours. Directed and edited by James Kozar | THIS Inc. | www.MakeItThis.com About The Owners Ellen King is the co-owner and head baker at Hewn. She is a classically trained chef and has worked in various restaurants in Seattle with a specialty in French, Mediterranean and Vegetarian foods. She also served as the artisan cheese buyer for Whole Foods in Bellevue, WA. Ellen spent time at Quillisascut Farm School, a sustainable farm school in Rice, WA, where she first learned to bake bread in a wood fired oven. She has also been a chef instructor for the “Food as Medicine” culinary classes held in Evanston with Dr. Geeta Maker-Clark. Ellen attended the Seattle Culinary Academy where she was awarded the Les Dames d’Escoffier 2003 scholarship. She holds an MA in American History from the University of Maine, and a BA in History from St. Norbert College. She was chair of the Evanston Backyard Chicken Committee, serves on the Evanston Environment Board and is a member of Chefs Collaborative, Women Chefs and Restaurateurs and the Bread Bakers Guild of America. Julie Matthei is the co-owner and Director of Business Operations at Hewn. Julie’s belief in the product and Hewn’s mission led her to partner with Ellen in this endeavor. Julie has a BA from Fairfield University and a MEd from Loyola University Chicago. She worked in college admissions and was the Director of Guidance at a large Jesuit high school for several years. Julie’s experience with several construction projects, both residential and commercial, helped guide the creative remodeling of Hewn’s space with repurposed materials. Our Bread Directed and edited by James Kozar | THIS Inc. | www.MakeItThis.com WE MAKE HAND FORGED, ARTISAN BREAD. All of our breads are naturally fermented without any preservatives, chemicals or additives. We use 100% organic ingredients and each loaf is baked fresh everyday. Our oven was imported from Germany. It has a stone hearth and steam injection, which helps us to create the perfect crust. Why no gluten free options at Hewn? Making bread the way its been made for hundreds (some could argue thousands) of years produces a loaf free of additives, additional gluten, fast-acting yeasts, sugar or other preservatives. This, plus the long fermentation period, allows many people with a gluten sensitivity to enjoy our breads without any difficulties. Because our bread is so unique it needs to be cared for a little differently. Caring for your bread Once the loaf is cut into it will keep for 4 days on your counter. Do not store in the refrigerator. It is best left on the counter and wrapped in the paper it came in or loosely wrap the cut end with plastic. Or, if you want to be “French,” store the bread cut side down on a cutting board letting the crust be exposed to the air. If however, you prefer a softer crust, the bread can be wrapped loosely in a recycled plastic bag and will keep for 4 days. Saving an uncut loaf to serve later If you plan to serve the bread the next day keep it wrapped in the paper. The next day the loaf can be warmed up in the oven. Preheat the oven to 375 and place on a rack in the middle of the oven for 6-7 minutes. Freezing bread We won’t think less of you if you are unable to eat the whole loaf at one sitting. We would rather you freeze it than waste it. We prefer to slice the bread before freezing that way we can pull out a piece at a time to reheat. Or, you can cut the bread in half or quarters and freeze. To prevent freezer burn we recommend you wrap the bread with foil first, then store in a freezer safe plastic bag. Or, if you’re the gambling type you can skip the foil and store it in a tightly sealed plastic bag. Thawing If you sliced the bread you can take a piece out and toast it right away. Or, for a whole, half or quarter loaf unwrap the bread from the foil and sit on the counter to defrost. Preheat the oven to 375. When the oven is at temp, rewrap the bread in the saved piece of foil. Place the bread (wrapped in foil) in the oven for 9-12 minutes. The foil will help steam the bread. Do not refreeze any leftovers (if there are any!). Bread Our bread selection rotates daily and consists of our country loaf and three or more rotating specialty loaves. Hewn uses 100% organic flour and grains. Our prices reflect the fact that organic flour is in limited supply and costs significantly more than regular flour. Our daily bread menu is listed below, but is subject to change. Check our Facebook page and Twitter feed for daily menu updates. Customers can reserve bread and other items by calling 847-869-HEWN. Traditional Baguette – classic, rustic, hard crust baguette. Baked daily in limited quantities. Country – naturally leavened country bread with a splash of whole wheat flour and fermented for 17 hours. Baked every day. Cheddar Country – two-year aged, white cheddar folded into the country dough and fermented overnight. Polenta, ...

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