If you're a fan of Kansas City's Farm to Market sourdough loaf, tomorrow marks the opening day - of a limited 17-day run - for the company's chile cheese bread, a sourdough loaf, baked with pieces of cheddar cheese and bits of fiery jalapenos, that hasn't been on store shelves for a year. The round loaves will be featured in select stores October 11-27.
The loaves, 7 inches in diameter, feature a light crust that is slightly chewy and golden, with a soft open crumb. The cheddar and jalapeno flavors are bold but not overpowering. It's perfectly delicious toasted with butter in the morning or used in a savory bread pudding.
Farm to Market's chile cheese bread will be sold, during the 17-day run, at Cosentino's Brookside Market, select Hen House stores, the Brookside Price Chopper, Marsh's Sun Fresh and the Merc in Lawrence.