Sunday, March 8, 2009

BREAD-y or not

There's this bakery in monumento called The Street Corner Bakery.This is like a "sosyal" local "panaderya". The French Baker meets Panaderya ni Aling Juana type of store.

They have pizza, dark rye slices, calzone and whole wheat bread but at the same time they also offer local favorites found in the real street corner bakeries like pandesal, pan de coco, spanish bread, kababayan and pan de regla.Isn't that great?

They also put your pandesals and pan de cocos in a sealed plastic bags separately like they do in high-end bread shops like The French Baker.

Have a BREAD-y Sunday everyone!

My other La.Pi.S. post: Peanutbutter, Banana and Honey Sandwich

17 comments:

payatot said...

kumana ka na naman ng puro pagkain hehehehe, walang sawa ka talaga kumain ha? hmmmmm, sige na na nga masarap na nga...

♥peachkins♥ said...

kasi po ang meme ay LASANG PINOY SUNDAYS,talagang puro food...

ces said...

sounds like a really good place!:)spanish bread!!! i miss that:)

iska said...

what are the colored ones? natawag ang aking pansin.... mukhang yummy!

luna miranda said...

the multi-colored bread also caught my attention. they look tempting.:D

Z'riz said...

Wow! Sosyal na down-to-earth bakery! LOL

Serving mine HERE

Lynn said...

I haven't seen this yet in Monumento. Some kinda Julie's meet French Baker I guess. I'll check it out when I am in the vicinity.

raquel said...

what are those multi-colored balls? they look so good. i wish there ia a bakery like that nearby. sarap!

Jay - agent112778 said...

wow thats a good biz

in san fernando city, la union there is this high class bakery called "danish baker" well sort of a competition for "french baker" and on the far end of the city there is a local street corner bakery called "danny's bakery". see the rhyme?

my entry is here

magandang araw ka-lasa-ista :)
Salamat sa pagbisita :)

Mom of Four said...

gusto ko lahat, pero di ko pa na try ang pan de regla..

julie said...

Ayos ang bakery na ito ha :) Pan de regla, ano kaya meron dito? (scratches head)

MUSHROOMSfromHOME said...

love the story about the Street Corner Bakery in Monumento and how its like sosyal na down-to-earth (according to z'riz). love local stories (also that of jay, sa san fernando yung danish baker naging danny's bakery sa opposite end ng city, he..he..)

love buying from local bakeries too, especially francis, spanish bread and cheese bread. love your fotos!

Jescel said...

I'm s intrigued with those Pica colored balls.. never had those before. Are they bread too?

Pinky said...

What a find! Sure wish there was this type of store here in the desert (asa pa ako!) - hahaha

JMom said...

Wish we had a bakery like that near us. I'd be there everyday :)

Clarissa said...

i love calzone!!

♡u8mypinkc00kies♡ said...

I love bread too!! I miss eating pan de coco, spanish bread, kababayan (this one talaga, wala akong mabili :P) and red bread (i think that's pan de regla)..

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