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Apr 24, 2010 09:34 PM

Cuban bread

Anywhere to pick up Pan Cubano in Minnesota? I ate it regularly in Florida and loved it, but obviously, it's a bit more difficult to find in Duluth.

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  1. You know, I would love to know too. I lived in Puerto RIco for awhile and they made this chewy yummy style of bread , too. But here most of the hispanics are either from Mexico or Latin/South America, where I don't think they use that type of bread, There are many panaderias on Lake St, I just have never been in any, so I don't know if they carry it or not. Hopefully somebody else might.

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    1. re: daniellempls

      I'd give Vic a call at Victor's.

      Victor's 1959 Cafe
      3756 Grand Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55409

      1. re: daniellempls

        Cuban bread is not Puerto Rican bread. Cuban bread is distinctly Cuban.

        1. re: daniellempls

          they don't sell Cuban bread in Minnesota. I went to Victors & they don't have it either. just told me to let them know if I find a place that has them so they could sell it as well. I know a baker that will start making them.

        2. as a floridian who grew up on true cuban food and cuban bread there is no chance..i have not even come close to real cuban food anywhere in MN..sorry..maybe a ship overnight on line?