Philadelphia’s French Bread

Outside of the stuff inside, the key ingredients of a good po’ boy is the bread. Louisiana French bread is different from the traditional American baguette, in that it has a flaky crust with a soft, airy center. This is generally attributed to the high ambient humidity causing the yeast to be more active.

Now, we can’t ship bread from New Orleans like we do like most of our ingredients like crawfish, oysters and alligator sausage. However, we do get all of our breads from LeBus Bakery. It’s always fresh and some of the best around.

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