|Crawfish Bread from Panaroma Foods|
For many years now, the Crawfish Bread that is found at Jazzfest in New Orleans has been one of the culinary staples of the outdoor music event. The gooey, cheesy stuffing loaded with Louisiana crawfish tails strings out from its crusty breaded prison to gush flavor unto each connoisseur. Even famous New Orleans food critic Tom Fitzmorris clamined that the crawfish bread is "an essential Jazzfest dish that should not be missed." However, this delicious treat does not come from some fancy Creole restaurant or age-old New Orleans haunt. It comes from Marksville, Louisiana in Avoyelles Parish at a little bakery called Panaroma Foods. It is there that each loaf of crawfish bread is carefully crafted to ensure that essential combination of crawfish, cheese, and bread. The bread is actually rolled by hand using rolling pins. It is a true labor of love for each loaf, and it never disappoints.
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