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Is there no better way to start your day than with a hot cup of coffee and a slice or two of toast? Sure, but only if the bread's grains were milled on-site and the bread was baked fresh that morning. And that's what you'll get at Tissa Stein’s new bakery where you’ll find plenty of take-home loaves made almost exclusively from Willamette Valley grains and flours, including a couple of heirloom loaf varietals like kamut and spelt. Of course, it's not all toast—the bakery has a menu that features pastries (scones, galettes), housemade granola, and savory bread pudding (that's "crispy on top and luscious in the middle,” according to Stein), as well as salads, soups, and both meaty and meatless sandwiches. And don't expect it to be all coffee either, because Stein says plans are in place to offer beer, wine and a lighter dinner time cafe menu in the near future. Chad Walsh, 12/5/2012