March 31, 2009
At first glance, you might think that this is just a regular old tuna sandwich. But take a closer look at the bread, and you will see that this is more than just a tuna sandwich, it’s a tuna sandwich on Thuet bread. I have been meaning to write about these wonderful little buns for a months now, but they don’t last long. My sandwich was gone in a mere five minutes, so I had to snatch Jeff’s to make sure I got a shot before his sandwich was too a distant memory.
By no means are they a staple in our kitchen, but from time to time I crave the moist, chewiness of the pretzel bread and make my way down to the Healthy Butcher to pick a couple buns up. They have the capability of turning something like a tuna sandwich into a really, really good tuna sandwich.
Bread is one of those ingredients that can really make or break what you are serving. I would highly recommend splurging on some Thuet bread or any of the other artisanal breads available about Toronto if you’re having guests for a casual meal or just because it’s Monday and you can (like we did!).