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What better category to have the Sandwich Slinger put her 10 cents in but the sandwich staple — BREAD! Check out Amanda’s top 10 local bread picks below.
Pete’s Lebanese Bakery: Pita Bread
Used at Amy’s Place and Amy’s Truck to wrap our sandwiches. Also can be used as the perfect vehicle for your favorite dips or get crazy and make a pizza with it as well.
BreadHive: Everything Bagel
I love it with chive cream cheese and lox! Also a turkey sammy is great on one of these.
Lexington Co-Op: Rosemary Loaf
Yummy just as it is, or maybe toasted with some salted butter. Also great sandwich bread.
Quaker Bonnet: English Muffin
Big enough for an egg sandwich, delicious enough by itself.
Mazurek’s: NY Rye
Toast it and slap some salted butter on there. I love this bread for a grilled cheese or a melt of some sort. Patty, turkey, tuna, whatever floats your boat.
Five Points Bakery: Cinnamon Rolls
I don’t even know what to say about these, except they are the most delicious cinnamon rolls ever.
Wegman’s: Sprouted Multi Grain Sandwich Bread
Also great for toast or sandwich bread. It has a really nice nutty texture that I love.
Luigi’s: Italian Bread
I love love love Italian toast with my coffee in the morning! Also great for sopping up sauce and is perfect for a salami sandwich with some sharp provolone.
SPoT Coffee: Banana Bread
I love this bread a little warm with some butter.
The Wellington Pub: Soda Bread
A sweet bread with a biscuity texture that has raisins in it and is delicious served warm.