In this bento: baby carrots, a mini Gravenstein Apple from Redwood Empire Farms, and a sandwich with sunflower seed bread from the European Food Store, slices of tomato from The Patch, sopressata, mayo-mustard spread, and butter. Насладитесь вашей едой!
Monday, August 22, 2011
European Food Store Bento
My hubby and I stopped by the European Food Store in Santa Rosa yesterday. I've been curious about checking it out, as I heard it has various Russian, Polish, and Eastern European food stuffs. I bought some delicious sunflower seed bread, some tea and coffee, and this fun bottle of mayo-mustard spread from a company called Zakuson. Upon closer examination, it looks like the company is based in Toronto. But the label just cracked me up. The guy looks totally crazy! The spread is pretty mild, nothing special, but it works well on this sandwich.
Posted by Sonoma Bento at 12:39 PM
Labels: bento, carrots, European Food Store, Gravenstein apple, Redwood Empire Farms, sopressata, sunflower seed bread, The Patch, tomato
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Never even heard of it. Is it new? Is it like a deli counter where you buy sandwiches, or more of a place to buy packaged food?ReplyDelete
They've got adeli and a bunch of shelf stable foods. They've got lots of piroshki in their frozen section. The store is on Santa Rosa Ave across from Michaels and Petco. It's a relatively new place.ReplyDelete
That bread looks substantially awesome!ReplyDelete
If you can believe it, that was the lightest bread there! :) It's pretty delicious.ReplyDelete
Yum, this looks so satisfying! I've seen that same crazy-labeled product at Russian shops in this area. Piroshki are a fav our ours, too :)ReplyDelete
Guess what, I think we'll be moving out to Santa Rosa soon! Love reading about the interesting food shops and sources here at your blog, Michelle, its inspirational!
What!?! Oh my gosh, that is amazing news. I'm so excited for you and Jamison. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help you. Bentobird in Wine Country, how cool is that! :)ReplyDelete