Best thing I ate: Don’t sleep on this lemon-curd morning bun

Critic Brad A. Johnson says the bakers at Rye Goods in Newport Beach have a passion for slow food, but their pastries sell out fast.
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • February 10, 2021
I often dream of living next door to a little bakery like Rye Goods, which opened last month in Lido Marina Village. I imagine waking up at the crack of dawn to the smell of sourdough loaves and sugar-dusted morning buns being pulled from the...
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