Thursday Food Find – is a Louisiana Classic Po Boys.
A po’ boy (also po-boy, po boy) is a traditional sandwich from Louisiana. It almost always consists of meat, which is usually sloppy roast beef or fried seafood which includes shrimp, crawfish, oysters and crab. The meat is served on baguette-like New Orleans French bread, known for its crisp crust and fluffy center.
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Perfect Bread –
You can’t just use any old bread that’s labeled “French Bread” … it could easily be too wide and too soft on the outside (it should have the slightest crust on the outside and be fluffy on the inside). If it’s not one of the specific bakeries being mentioned on here, then it probably is insufficient.
The original “Po-Boy” French Bread was created by the Gendusa bakery for the Martin Brothers (the creators of the Po-Boy) … the Gendusa family is still pumping them out, … saw some loaves in Zuppardo’s today. If you can’t get any of these wherever you’re attempting to open your sandwich shop, then the next best thing would be to see if you could find a local Viet Namese bakery that bakes a decent Banh Mi loaf.
Voted # 1 Po-Boy Place in Lafayette.