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March 11th, 2009 JOANNA MILLER | Food Reviews & Stories
 

Cheap Eats 2009

     
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Tim Healea says his bakery is “American” because he bakes more than Western European staples like baguettes and Italian focaccias. The doughnut ($2.25), for example, is studded with currants and baked, not fried. The breads at Little T shine: A basic baguette ($1.50-$2.50) takes on an almost eggy springiness, and the crusty seven-grain carrot bread ($4) and “pretzel bread” ($1.75) offer a departure from more common bakery offerings. Still hungry? Sandwiches ($6-$6.50), including a roasted veggie and a muffaletta, are all hearty.

 
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