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lunchlady01 Jan 17, 2012 05:17 AM

Looking for a loaf of fresh baked bread, NOT french or filled with anything such as blue cheese, etc. All the bakeries I have looked up appear to specialize in King Cakes and pastries...does anyone specialize in breads?

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  1. uptownlibrarian RE: lunchlady01 Jan 17, 2012 06:19 AM

    La Boulangerie on Magazine has several varities of plain breads that aren't baguette, if that's what you mean by French. White and wheat sandwich bread, ciabatta, foccacia, etc.

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      Hungry Celeste RE: uptownlibrarian Jan 17, 2012 08:01 AM

      Maple St Patisserie definitely has bread in addition to pastry. Also try the Tuesday farmer's market at Uptown Square (Broadway & River Road)...several bakeries offer bread at the market. I especially like Forte Grove's breads....FG is at the market on alternative Tuesdays.
      http://www.fortegrove.com/

       
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        brucec RE: Hungry Celeste Jan 17, 2012 08:42 AM

        I'd pay special attetion to HC's recommendations, as there're v.few more serious students of bread. 'Nuff said.

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      lunchlady01 RE: lunchlady01 Jan 17, 2012 11:06 AM

      Pardon my "French": specifically I am looking for Pan De Criollo, after returning from six months in the Caribbean, I fell in love with the Latin bread s there and would like to find some.

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        Hungry Celeste RE: lunchlady01 Jan 17, 2012 11:57 AM

        Sorry I can't point you to any Puerto Rican bakeries in SE LA, but you might try the offerings at Norma's in Kenner, 3221 Georgia Ave. It's a Cuban bakery, but the folks are friendly and might have some suggestions for you within Kenner's extensive Hispanic community. Also try Union Supermarket in Kenner, 2105 West Esplanade-- http://www.unionsupermarket.com/

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