Great interview with Jeremy on baking, sourdough and all the trimmings from stirthepots.com Check it out here!
Sorry to keep you waiting so long after part I of the trilogy… it’s just that good bread takes time! Sadly not just five minutes a day… I have seen quite a few baking books relating about no-knead, no-work, few-minutes-job breads… is that what bread baking has come to? Like everything else: fast and … Read more
I figured it would take me at least 3 extended blog post to explain my complicated relationship with sourdough. As a quick introduction and as a fan of the Bourne trilogy blockbuster, I thought appropriate to call this series as: I. The Sourdough Identity II. The Sourdough Supremacy III. The Sourdough Ultimatum National Geographic, Discovery … Read more
Scheduled to be published for the Hong Kong Book Fair and its 920,000 visitors in July 2011, here is a glimpse of what you will find in my upoming baking book! After the unconditional success of the now sold-out Artisan Bread book, I oriented this second edition towards baking your own bread at home. We … Read more
In a passionate baker’s mind, you tend to relate everything you eat to bread. In this case, I am still trying to figure out the every use of Roselle since my last blog post on macarons. While munching on the preserved blossoms and their elegant floral acidity, I thought it would balance quite well with … Read more
At the time Apple Daily came for a small interview on sourdough, they actually filmed the whole time. So here is a condensed little movie of the talk we had. As you can tell, I am nowhere near George Clooney in terms of acting and Peter Jackson for directing… it’s just me being me and … Read more
That’s it! We’ve launched our new breads for the winter season, bringing in some classic, yet rewarding breads to the basket. Talking about basket, we’ve also received our new rattan basket with it’s rustic inner cloth – a really nice home for breads. Far in the back you can see the rosemary and sea salt … Read more
Hong Kong’s Apple Daily newspaper published an article on sourdough breads… If you can read Chinese, I think it’s pretty interesting :) Click here to see it online!!
For 2 half days, we had the luck to host yet another great baking class at the fine l’Atelier Du Gout facilities. With the help of Selena, Johnny and all the team – Mark and myself really had fun doing the class. We baked four kind of breads from scratch, including 2 sourdough breads. We … Read more