Not sure if anyone has waxed rhapsodic about the heavenly creation that is Whole Foods' Organic Seeduction bread, but it's a real knee-weakener as far as I'm concerned.
I tried it on a whim several months back, and it's still the one thing that'll force me into my car and all the way to Green Hills, even when I don't need a single other item from the store. The seeds--pumpkin, poppy, sunflower that I can tell--make it all crunchy and textured, but it's the molasses and honey added in that make it the perfect mix of salty and sweet. And I'm a junkie for salty and sweet--as evidenced by a junior-high obsession with eating bananas and Doritos together.
Last week I didn't do anything Cinco de Mayo-ish, except try Whole Foods' Tequila Lime Catfish for grilling out. It was light and flavorful, particularly for a bottom dweller. But I have to say, opening the meal with that bread--even better slathered with goat cheese--made it all anti-climactic from there.