Monkey Bread at Lattof Farms comes out of the oven around 9:30AM on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. So what am I to fuel up on if I am leaving town on Monday morning? Chrissy at the farm stand tells me to try the Anadama Bread. She said it was perfect toasted with tomato and some mayo. Since I was picking up tomatoes and native corn I went for it.
It was still warm from the oven and it never made it into a tomato sandwich. We ate the whole thing on our drive to Wayland. Lattof Anadama seems to crank up the mollases and tone down the cornmeal to make something that is great torn off and stuffed in the pie hole all by itself.
Fun Fact: Anadama Bread has its own wiki page. Does anyone believe the origin of the name story on that page? Sounds a tad hokey:
“A fisherman, angry with his wife, Anna, for serving him nothing but cornmeal and molasses, one day adds flour and yeast to his porridge and eats the resultant bread, while cursing, ‘Anna, damn her.’”
Next week my own tomatoes will be coming off the vine and they are going to find a home between two slices of this bread with some Hellman’s. (I know not using Cains is Cape Ann sacrilege but I spent too much time in the midwest to shake my addiction to Hellman’s)
Sorry, no photos, I ate it.
 Forgot to say where Lattof farm is. You know when you go by the “new” Rockport police station and you are putting your car in neutral so you can coast all the way to Dock Square? Lattoff farm stand is on the left hand side as you start down the hill to five corners.