… is the Cranberry Pecan Sourdough from Our Daily Bread. It’s a sweeping generalization, but I seriously can’t think of anything that tops it. The sourdough is nice and flavorful – a little sweet, a little tart, a little nutty – crackly on the outside but soft and chewy on the inside. It’s great toasted, as a sandwich, for French toast, or as is. To put it bluntly, the ish is delish.
Our Daily Bread is a little café/bakery located about 3 hours north of Manhattan, in Chatham, NY. But no worries – if you live in the city you can get their stuff at the Union Square Farmers Market. So far, I’ve only had their Cranberry Pecan Sourdough (we’ll call it the Cran ‘Can Sour, for short) but there’s a lot that looks good. If you’re at all able, try these guys out. Trust me – it’s that good.
Also, after the jump is a tasty sandwich idea using the sourdough. I’ve had it every day this week.
The Pepper Turkey Cran ‘Can Sour
- Sliced Pepper turkey
- Granny Smith Apple
- Goat Cheese
- Honey Mustard
- on Cranberry Pecan Sourdough
First I microwave the turkey and goat cheese on the bread so the cheese melts and the bread stays sort of chewy. Then I put the whole thing on a hot skillet and cover for about a minute, just to toast it a bit. Add the mustard and apple, and enjoy.