French Breakfast Bread
by Jeff Ernst
(Chadds Ford, PA)
French Breakfast Bread - A Baguette
Question: What is the word used for French pastry or bread, commonly used at breakfast? We stayed at French Quarter in Disney World, and they served what I thinks was called
Answer: Hi Jeff, Thanks for writing.
I am stumped by your question. In general, here in France,
people would eat a baguette for their breakfast bread. Is this possibly the word that you heard?
I would imagine that in a place inspired by New Orleans, you would find a lot of beignets served. Perhaps that is what you had?
Other than that, here in France you will find a pastry that is very similar to a New Orleans beignet called a bugne. Maybe they have taken
that word and twisted it into something new.
Sorry not to be of more help. If someone else has any idea, please let us know!
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