Designed primarily to bake signature breads to offer gratis to guests, the soon-to-open $350,000 commissary kitchen of Cyrus in Healdsburg, Calif., also promises to pay off in numerous other ways for the Sonoma County fine-dining destination with two Michelin stars.“To justify the expense, we thought about what else we could do there besides baking,” said executive chef and co-owner Douglas Keane. He envisioned the 832-square-foot space in the back of a bakery-cafe a short stroll from Cyrus ...

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