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My Golden Ticket: Zingerman's Baguette Class & Bakehouse Tour

If my life last week were turned into a Roald Dahl book it would be called ‘Adam and the Zingerman’s Bakehouse’.  I have lived down the street from Zingerman’s Deli for almost two years but rarely buy bread there since I make it myself.   887 more words


No roses

Five loaves, West 74th Street – 19 July 2014

In Paris day-old baguettes are everywhere – left for the birds, piled in phone booths, stacked on bus shelter benches, or just strewn along the sidewalk. 61 more words



Hmm… Well obviously the blogging really took off.  My page became an overnight success and I now jet set around the world writing of my trials and tribulations while backpacking and eating baguettes and drinking wine…. 463 more words


It's a baker fetish…you wouldn't get it

When I was in-between schools from January to June, all I did was work at Trader Joe’s, not a ton of baking involved. Yes, I was surrounded by lots of fellow foodies, but it’s not the same as being at school or working in the actual food industry. 1,877 more words

French Pastry School

Culture, what is it good for? Or visiting Parisian museums with Bor-bor and Beeg

Yesterday was a long day for Jordan and me. We were up and out of the hotel by 8:15 am and didn’t return until about 11:45pm. 2,304 more words


Graze: Fourth of July Edition

Look at what the cat dragged in (and by cat I mean mailman, although if my cat fetched this for me I would be pretty impressed): 247 more words


A la Cart: Ze Bite

Imparting some je ne sais quoi to Vancouver’s street food scene is Ze Bite, a bright green Gallic truck inside which Mathieu Gicquel draws on his personal Breton influences and the wider flavours of France to create some stellar crepes and baguettes. 96 more words