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slew Jun 24, 2013 02:36 PM

Hoping to buy/order a few dozen brioche hamburger buns for a 4th of July BBQ in a few weekends...

Has anyone here had any experience with them?

Both purchasing, and using them for burgers?

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    slew RE: slew Jun 24, 2013 03:18 PM

    And I have read this thread already... :)


    Here are the variety of buns at PANoRAMA...


    1. chefj RE: slew Jun 24, 2013 05:32 PM

      I use PANoRAMA every week, what do you want to know?

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        slew RE: chefj Jun 25, 2013 08:34 AM

        Should I place an order with them, then pick 'em up?

        Or just go to a farmers' market to purchase them? Will they offer a full variety at the farmers' market?

        How do they taste and do they hold up well with a juicy burger?

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          chefj RE: slew Jun 25, 2013 04:09 PM

          I spoke with them today.You can go to Urban Breads for order and pick up or to the Farmer's Market.
          I use the American Dinner Roll(4") or their Hamburger Roll(6"-7". I think that they are rich and delicate for a Hamburger.

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            slew RE: chefj Jul 9, 2013 11:41 AM

            Thanks for the advice/info...

            I went with 'Urban Bread' and the (new) owner, Al Simball, is a really nice gentleman.

            My order was placed and processed with minimal fuss and the PANoRAMA brioche buns held up well enough to the delicious and juicy Pat LaFrieda sourced (dry-aged) burgers I made this past weekend... =)

            1. re: slew
              chefj RE: slew Jul 9, 2013 04:34 PM

              Glad it worked out.

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        slew RE: slew Jun 25, 2013 02:00 PM


        From a sfgate post about Wayfare Tavern's bun...

        'Panorama makes the brioche buns specifically for Wayfare Tavern. They are purposely served a day old because when used fresh they become soggy and falls apart; the day-old toasted buns better absorb the juices.'

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