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America’s Favorite Cities for Baked Goods

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No. 10 Albuquerque, NM

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Albuquerque has its share of French-style bakeries (go to L’Amour Baking Company for macarons, Le Chantilly for croissants), but the local specialty is green chile sourdough. Sample Bosque Baking Company’s chile bread, along with other hand-made artisan loafs at the Downtown Grower’s Market on Saturdays—or in the new brick-and-mortar near the zoo. A mile north, Golden Crown Panaderia makes a famous rendition of the chile sourdough that adds onions, tomatoes, and Parmesan. Albuquerque residents can enjoy their cheese-topped carbs guilt free: T+L readers also gave them high scores being active in this year’s survey.

Best Cities for Baked Goods

America’s Favorite Cities for Baked Goods

No. 10 Albuquerque, NM

Albuquerque has its share of French-style bakeries (go to L’Amour Baking Company for macarons, Le Chantilly for croissants), but the local specialty is green chile sourdough. Sample Bosque Baking Company’s chile bread, along with other hand-made artisan loafs at the Downtown Grower’s Market on Saturdays—or in the new brick-and-mortar near the zoo. A mile north, Golden Crown Panaderia makes a famous rendition of the chile sourdough that adds onions, tomatoes, and Parmesan. Albuquerque residents can enjoy their cheese-topped carbs guilt free: T+L readers also gave them high scores being active in this year’s survey.

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