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Looking for a delicious and easy summer salad? You have found it with this Homemade Panera Thai Chicken Chopped Salad. This knockoff version of the famous Panera salad offers cool and refreshing flavors you know and love. The flavors of the homemade Thai dressing recipe meld perfectly with the fresh vegetables. A little peanut sauce drizzle and wonton strips on top make this salad standout. This filling salad recipe makes for an easy lunch or healthy dinner.


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Founding of Panera Bread

Many of you are probably familiar with the Panera Bread restaurant chain, but as a native of the St. Louis area, I’ve always known it as St. Louis Bread Co. or just Bread Co. for short. St. Louis Bread Co. was founded in 1987 by Ken Rosenthal in a suburb of St. Louis. As the restaurant and bakery grew in success around the city, Au Bon Pain Co. purchased St. Louis Bread Co. in 1993. At that point, the name was changed to a combination of the Italian word for bread (pane) and time (era). However, the company remained operating under its original name in the St. Louis area with its over 100 locations. Across the country, the company now has around 2,000 locations. The company even opened a few locations by the name of Panera Cares, where the customers could pay what they could for the foods and services provided as a charitable gesture to those in need. This chain successfully cornered the bistro, fast-food style and is still popular today.


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