Crisp toasted sourdough bread is spread with a generous layer of fettucine alfredo sauce. The perfect snack for anytime eating from the city that made sourdough famous!
There is something about going back to San Francisco every year that makes me happy. I love the vibrancy of the city and the history. I love the noise, the uniqueness and the diversity.
Not only did we honeymoon there years ago, but we still get the chance to go back every once in awhile for work. We always jump at the chance.
One of the reasons is Boudin Bakery. My husband swears he is a sourdough expert and that they make the perfect bread. Crispy on the outside, with a soft airy interior and tangy sourdough flavor.
This time we loaded up an entire box of sourdough loaves to take home to grandma and grandpa as a thank you for watching the kids. Of course, my husband kept a few loaves for himself. When we brought our loaves home, my husband showed the kids one of his favorite recipes his grandmother introduced to him. This is a multi generational recipe today.
Just a note: You don’t have to use Boudin Bakery bread, but they do offer delivery of their fabulous products. We love the animal shaped loaves. So cute! While they won’t deliver my favorite sourdough fish tacos or sourdough apple pie, they do deliver a wide variety of their delicious breads.
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