Reising's Twin French Bread

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What distinguishes a good po-boy in New Orleans is the French Bread that is used. The crusty outside combined with the light and airy inside make Reising's French Bread one of the best New Orleans has to offer. You can now make your own New Orleans style po-boy with some of the best French Bread outside of France. Try Reisings Twin French Bread today at NolaCajun.com. Each order comes with two short French Bread loaves (15-18 inches long per loaf).


**Bread must be prepared immediately upon delivery or frozen until ready for use.**

$5.85

Customer Reviews

Just as advertised! Review by Kimberly (Posted on 3/18/2016)
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Great bread. Arrived very fresh for perfect po boys.
Only bread for poboys Review by Tim (Posted on 7/24/2014)
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Since there is only one bread in the world this light and airy with a crisp crust, you aren't making a real poboy without it. We freeze it, slice it into halves and vacuum pack them in the portions we need to use over time. Thaw it, assemble your poboy (without dressing), then crisp it briefly in the oven. Almost as good as home. The folks at Nolacajun have been most helpful ensuring that we receive the freshest bread. I recommend that you opt for quick shipping though as it will go stale while you watch it.
Ooh Lah Leidenheimers! Review by Tom in SC (Posted on 7/24/2014)
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If you're gonna go po-boy, you better have the french bread that's made with Claiborne Inlet Miss River water!

Seriously, this crusty-on-the-outside, fluffy-on-the-inside marvel elevates any New Orleans sandwich, from roast beef to seafood, giving you the airy goodness to let the fillings shine through.

Perfection in a roll.
Reising's Twin French Bread Review by Robert (Posted on 7/24/2014)
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The bread was fantastic - made some PoBoys with it, then served it with my Crawfish Bisque and Bar-B-Q shrimp at my Super Bowl Party. Gave some loafs to guests as gifts. Everyone loved having the "original" New Orleans bread. Having lived in New Orleans this was a treat we have missed! Fabulous bread!!!
French Bread Review by rhfuglaar (Posted on 7/24/2014)
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Wonderful, Just as I remember from growing up in the area. Sorry I can't purchase the bread locally.
Exactly the Po Boy Bread I wanted Review by Janice Eubank (Posted on 7/24/2014)
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Ahhhhh it was like Mardi Gras in our house with this bread. We made Shrimp Po Boys for the Super Bowl and it was (almost) like being in Nawlin's. And you're right, it freezes great. We've made Philly Cheese Steaks since the and once again the bread was perfect. And by the way, it arrived ahead of time and was very fresh. We will definitely order from you again!
Reising's Twin French Bread Review by BBrown (Posted on 7/24/2014)
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The bread was excellent! Just as I remember it. I would buy it again, but the shipping costs make it prohibitive. I checked the website to see if ordering a larger quantity would make it more appealing and it shows the same $16 shipping cost for each pkg. It would seem to me that shipping costs should be combined on larger orders. Love the bread. Hate the shipping.

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George Leidenheimer came to New Orleans from Deidesheim, Germany, and founded the bakery that bears his name in 1896. The bakery was located on Dryades Street, but in 1904 it moved to the handsome brick building on Simon Bolivar Avenue where Leidenheimer's descendants still operate the family business. Originally Leidenheimer baked the heavy, dense brown breads of his native Germany but it was by producing New Orleans French bread, with its crisp crust, that Leidenheimer found fame. Leidenheimer bread is still unique because over a century later it continues to be made using the same time-honored process. Leidenheimer French Bread is great for making your own New Orleans po-boy. The Reising brand is now owned by the Leidenheimer Baking Company of New Orleans, LA. History of the Po-boy There are several stories of how the po-boy originated. However, one story is told more than others. In 1929, Benjamin and Clovis Martin were the owners of a French Quarter restaurant. At the time, there was a transit strike and the two brothers felt bad for these poor boys. So at the end of the day these poor boys could go to the back of the Martin restaurant and buy a sandwich made of leftover bits of roast beef and gravy or sliced potatoes and gravy on French bread for a nickel. Before long, the sandwich became known as the "po-boy", and the fillings have evolved into anything imaginable.
Orders placed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday will be shipped the following day. Orders placed Wednesday-Saturday (depending on location) will be shipped the following Monday unless Overnight delivery is chosen. Overnight orders placed Monday- Wednesday before 7 AM will be shipped on the same day, orders placed after 7AM will ship the following day. French bread is shipped via Fed Ex Ground/Home, Fed Ex Express or Overnight. To ensure the freshest possible product, NolaCajun suggests using Fed Ex express for bread shipments. There are no product or money back guarantees on Ground bread shipments and please note that we do not ship bread over the weekend.

Customer Reviews

Just as advertised! Review by Kimberly (Posted on 3/18/2016)
Product
Great bread. Arrived very fresh for perfect po boys.
Only bread for poboys Review by Tim (Posted on 7/24/2014)
Product
Since there is only one bread in the world this light and airy with a crisp crust, you aren't making a real poboy without it. We freeze it, slice it into halves and vacuum pack them in the portions we need to use over time. Thaw it, assemble your poboy (without dressing), then crisp it briefly in the oven. Almost as good as home. The folks at Nolacajun have been most helpful ensuring that we receive the freshest bread. I recommend that you opt for quick shipping though as it will go stale while you watch it.
Ooh Lah Leidenheimers! Review by Tom in SC (Posted on 7/24/2014)
Product
If you're gonna go po-boy, you better have the french bread that's made with Claiborne Inlet Miss River water!

Seriously, this crusty-on-the-outside, fluffy-on-the-inside marvel elevates any New Orleans sandwich, from roast beef to seafood, giving you the airy goodness to let the fillings shine through.

Perfection in a roll.
Reising's Twin French Bread Review by Robert (Posted on 7/24/2014)
Product
The bread was fantastic - made some PoBoys with it, then served it with my Crawfish Bisque and Bar-B-Q shrimp at my Super Bowl Party. Gave some loafs to guests as gifts. Everyone loved having the "original" New Orleans bread. Having lived in New Orleans this was a treat we have missed! Fabulous bread!!!
French Bread Review by rhfuglaar (Posted on 7/24/2014)
Product
Wonderful, Just as I remember from growing up in the area. Sorry I can't purchase the bread locally.
Exactly the Po Boy Bread I wanted Review by Janice Eubank (Posted on 7/24/2014)
Product
Ahhhhh it was like Mardi Gras in our house with this bread. We made Shrimp Po Boys for the Super Bowl and it was (almost) like being in Nawlin's. And you're right, it freezes great. We've made Philly Cheese Steaks since the and once again the bread was perfect. And by the way, it arrived ahead of time and was very fresh. We will definitely order from you again!
Reising's Twin French Bread Review by BBrown (Posted on 7/24/2014)
Product
The bread was excellent! Just as I remember it. I would buy it again, but the shipping costs make it prohibitive. I checked the website to see if ordering a larger quantity would make it more appealing and it shows the same $16 shipping cost for each pkg. It would seem to me that shipping costs should be combined on larger orders. Love the bread. Hate the shipping.

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