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Bread Zeppelin Rocks Our Lunch

DSC09721by Steven Doyle

Lunch today was fresh and different. Although it consisted of a salad and sandwich, these were not your ordinary lunch choices. We checked out Bread Zeppelin, the unique sandwich shop in Las Colinas.

We chatted with the owners, Troy Charhon and Andrew Schoellkopf, both who have unique culinary backgrounds, and found that the Zeppelin is their own invention. The name sounded as if it was a sandwich choice back East, like a hoagie, grinder or hero, but this was not the case. The Zeppelin is a unique product devised by these guys.   Continue reading

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Bread Zeppelin Lands On Plymouth Rock

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by Jennifer Thomas

You remember the cool little sandwich shop we wrote about a few months back when they opened. These guys make incredible sandwiches from hollowed out baguettes, and some really, really good salads. Bread Zeppelin is celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday with the debut of the Plymouth Rock.

This crunchable creation is available through the end of 2013 and is comprised of oven roasted turkey, cranberries, beets, bleu cheese crumbles, caramelized pecans and an Arcadian mix of greens. Toss it with their house-made Champagne Vinaigrette or a Cranberry Poppy Seed Vinaigrette and you’ll be thankful you tried it!  This cornucopia of flavors is available as a chopped salad for $9.49 or in a Zeppelin for $7.69.


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