Fresh Baked Simply the best

30 12180 44 Street SE Calgary, AB T2Z 4A2


The KCB Streetfood Food Truck (2274901 Alberta Ltd) is a local family-owned and operated bakery specializing in Swiss, French and German baked goods and pastries ALL created, baked and sold on our food truck!

Mission Statement

  • Create a food truck bakery which makes the best quality baked goods on site from scratch, fresh daily!

  • Create an atmosphere where we can attract, retain and motivate the brightest and most talented people in the industry.

  • Create an atmosphere where employees can learn, grow, and innovate, while holding true to the roots of traditional baking.

  • To create an inviting warm atmosphere for our clients and customers to be able to purchase their baked goods.

Why we can call ourselves a "SCRATCH BAKERY"

A topic that is near and dear to me and somewhat irritates me is the misuse of the term “Scratch Baking”. It has been more and more used incorrectly by most bakeries these days in North America. To quote Martin Barnett, “If a magasin (store) in France sells pre-made bakery goods, they are not allowed to call themselves a boulangerie (bakery). To be a boulangerie, you have to make products on the premises with certified bakers. I think we should embrace that in Canada.” Most bakeries claim that they bake everything from scratch. When you bake from “scratch”, you bake using only basic ingredients and nothing that has been prepared ahead or processed. The official definition describes creating or preparing something “from the beginning.” Just like other idiomatic expressions, this saying is used regularly, but the original meaning has changed.

The term “from scratch” dates back to the 1800s, but this idiom used to be about races or sporting events instead of cooking or baking. Bicycle and foot racers were said to start from scratch if they had no advantage. Non-scratch racers were given the advantage of an early start or shorter distance. Scratch racers had no lead and began the race at what was then called the scratch line, which was simply a line scratched into the ground to mark the start of a race.

Baking from scratch means the baker uses only fresh, basic ingredients to prepare: bread, a cake, cookies, or other treat, instead of using boxed mixes or other pre-made ingredients. Since baking from a box is fairly common, scratch cakes and baked goods are frequently the exception to the rule. Sayings like “from scratch” make it possible to distinguish who is doing the old-school baking and who is “fudging” it a bit.

At the Kimberley City Bakery and now the KCB Streetfood Food Truck, we DO have FRESH, SCRATCH BAKED GOODS DAILY! I can attest to that personally. Come and see and taste the difference of TRUE scratch baking.

See us on PBS Spokane's Northwest Profiles!

Bakery Store Hours

We have closed our doors in Kimberley at the historic building.  But when one door closes, another opens.  We have moved the bakery to Calgary to offer you our amazing baked goods on our new mobile location - Kimberley City Bakery (KCB)Street Food Food Truck. We look forward to seeing you all again soon in Calgary! 

Please stay healthy and follow the recommendations of the government and health professionals so that we can move through this difficult time as quickly as possible. 

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