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With the sudden closing of ecco il pane, I'm at a loss as to where to purchase good par baked bread.  Does anyone have a favourite they use / buy?  Any brands you dislike?

thanks...

What?? That's tragic - I'm addicted to their par-baked bread. Does anyone know why?? They were the best.

Anybody who believes that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach flunked geography.

~ Robert Byrne

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Costco sells 6 paks of mini ish baguettes made in France that are alright.

I found their French baguettes, wrapped in air tight bags, to be soft and dry.

Fortunately they also have boxes of crusty Ace baguettes in the freezer.

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Costco sells 6 paks of mini ish baguettes made in France that are alright.

I found their French baguettes, wrapped in air tight bags, to be soft and dry.

Fortunately they also have boxes of crusty Ace baguettes in the freezer.

Are you referring to the BC Costco stores? If so, I will have to make a trip really soon. I too, have had a serious addiction to the Ecco par baked ficelle.

Cheers,

Karole

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