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Jay Stevens and Kim Strengari promise fresh, approachable cuisine, including sourdough pizzas, in a chic, yet comfortable setting that will include a bar that will stock plenty of California wines.
Somewhere under a heap of kale, baby tomatoes, sautéed mushrooms, and wedges of perfectly ripe avocado were softly cooked eggs and slices of sourdough toast.
Your best bet for scoring a sourdough loaf, croissant, or scone, is by ordering online ahead of time.
There are four variations of the char burger on the menu including portabella and Warren's favorite, the Santa Barbara — a double patty with cheese and avocado on sourdough bread ($6).
Some versions are fluffy inside with a shattering crust; some have the tang of sourdough.
Along with red onions, the garlic aioli spread among the ingredients and sourdough bread gave the sandwich a bit of a bite.
The tastings include a history lesson on Argentina’s wine roots, heavy pours, cheese, and Ohad’s famous sourdough bread.
Rise & Shine Bakery will be at the market with Alaska potato, spent grain, toasted seed, fresh rosemary and fruited almond sourdough breads.
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Definition of sourdough for English Language Learners
: a type of dough that is allowed to ferment before it is baked and that has a slightly sour taste
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