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Schnucks Markets, Inc. and La Brea Bakery are joining forces to present such tasty artisan appetizers as Crostini with Aged Goat Cheese, Walnut Oil, and Fresh Thyme and Three Cheese Sliders for the St. Louis Food and Wine Experience.
In October, Van Nuys, Calif.-based La Brea Bakery introduced its proprietary Antipasto Bread and Artisan Appetizers to rave reviews from 4,000 culinary industry leaders at the American Wine and Food Festival in Los Angeles. Since then, Schnucks customers have been just as enthusiastic about the new dining and entertaining concept. Available in two versatile varieties — Rustic Italian and Roasted Garlic — Antipasto Bread is the first national artisan bread specially designed for preparing delicious and simple Artisan Appetizer recipes.
“Antipasto Bread is a breakthrough in our industry,” said Sigalle Feig, director of brand development for La Brea Bakery. “It’s ideal for anyone who likes to experiment in the kitchen, but wants any guesswork taken out of the equation.” Feig added that Antipasto Bread was especially designed “to be topped, toasted, grilled, baked, broiled, melted, pressed, sprinkled and seared.”
As a valued partner of La Brea Bakery for the past 10 years, Schnucks is carrying a variety of the company’s artisan breads in 100 of its in-store bakeries.
St. Louis-based Schnucks operates 106 stores (including five Logli stores) and 103 pharmacies in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Iowa, Tennessee and Mississippi.