Bread & Pastries by The Iron Kettle

$4.50 +

(2 customer reviews)

Product Details

Fresh Breads & Pastries Friday & Saturday weekly

We are super excited to be offering fresh artisan breads by Chef Ben from The Iron Kettle.

 items available in store until SOLD OUT!

We invite you to pre-order your loaf of bread online today!

Deliveries are received fresh Friday and Saturday morning. Select your bread and pick up day below.

Options to choose from:


Chocolate Croissant

Walnut & Nutella

Herb Foccacia 

Multigrain Sourdough

Rosemary Apple Sourdough

Cranberry Currant Sourdough 

Walnut & Fig Sourdough


About The Iron Kettle

Duncan McAlister was an enterprising business man and a competent merchant. He was also engaged in grain trade and milling and later farming and stock raising. He was postmaster of Comber, Justice of the Peace, Notary Public and issuer of marriage licences. He owned and operated the general store in Comber and the store is noted for carrying a superior stock embracing all kinds of staples and fancy dry goods, dress goods and millinery a specialty. In 1867 he bought the south half of Lot 7, Middle Road South, the property of Alex Cameron and also the property of the deceased Henry Richenback. In 1876 he built one of the finest homes in the township at a cost of $4000.

It was approximately 1948 or 1949 that Cecil Robinson moved to Comber and opened the first official funeral home in town (as funeral services prior to the end of WWII were conducted out of the deceased’s home). In November 1949, Paul Reaume took over the operation of the funeral home, until it was moved to its new location in 1969.

From 1969 to 1997, the home was a private residence, until it was turned into a bed and breakfast – called This Old House B&B. Through the years, this house has also been used as a travel agency, an ice cream parlour, a craft and yarn store and a garden center.

In 2009, the Damphouse family purchased This Old House B&B, and completely, gutted, restored and redesigned its vision – the birth of The Iron Kettle Bed and Breakfast. ​

On July 27th, 2013, Benjamin Leblanc-Beaudoin and Ginette Tremblay spent their wedding night at the B&B, and later found out it had been for sale. On April 16th 2014, they moved in…and their story is presently being written at 7005 County Rd. 46.


2 reviews for Bread & Pastries by The Iron Kettle

  1. Have had the croissant, the bagels and the baguette. This is as close you will get to Montreal quality west of the Quebec border! Having lived in Montreal for many years, this company is a god-send! Highly recommend!

    Julie Heather Hausmann

  2. Recently purchased the cranberry and currant sourdough at Anna’s Garden Centre in Kingsville. Delicious!!! Not sure what I am going to do once Anna’s closes for their winter break. I may have to drive to Comber to pick it up!

    Ann Murphy

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