He is smart to call bread “erotic” and “romantic”, isn’t it? Adding senses descriptions to market the breads. And he says at the same time, “bread is not just bread — not just something you put on the table to accompany your meal”. It’s clever to attract bread lovers at time. I am looking forward to trying his bread too. I hope they really taste good but are not some sensational marketing technique only. 🙂
Gontran Cherrier’s interview in The Times UK:
Posted by Nat on April 5, 2010
Here are some delicious solutions for stale bread (in Chinese, but you could get translation from Google easily 🙂 ) from “Anthropologist in the Kitchen” by Zu Yi, blogger from Taiwan and now living in Hong Kong.
I am going to make Ajo Blanco (starter) and seafood salad with bread croutons (main) with my left over bread soon 🙂
Posted by Nat on March 21, 2010
Recently I’ve been busy moving to a new home (really home, not blog), and have not settled to bake (more truly I am more focused on home cooking this moment : P). Though there’s no bread to make, I am still enjoying some great bread blog on web. Here’s one:
Posted by Nat on September 29, 2008