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Muffuletta Bread in NYC?

CantStopEating Sep 6, 2011 08:55 PM

Anybody know where I can find a good loaf or Muffuletta? Ideally, it would be a bakery who could handle wholesale. Thanks!

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  1. Cheese Boy RE: CantStopEating Sep 6, 2011 10:42 PM

    Try a Muffaletta with this loaf pictured here.

    I find it to be an excellent choice for several reasons: reasonable price, chewy (not flaky) crust, very nice crumb, olive spread doesn't ooze out of it, and the bread isn't too high that you can't wrap your mouth around it. Addeo Bakery in the Bronx carries one of the best around. It's known to the locals as "pizza" bread.

    Addeo Bakery
    2372 Hughes Ave, Bronx, NY 10458

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      CantStopEating RE: Cheese Boy Sep 7, 2011 06:54 PM

      Thanks for the suggestion. I'm actually using the bread for a differnt kind of sandwich. It's a great substitute. I need the round shape with the centers filled it. Also, the sesame seends would be nice.

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