In this blog post from Killarneyvale Bakery, here are a few words on the subject of bread as well as a few laughs.
Bread from the Upper Paleolithic to Today
Archeobotanical evidence suggests that bread was made in the Fertile Crescent ten thousand years before the invention of agriculture.
For thousands of years it was a food, but not the food. Agriculture made bread an agent of change.
Bread built the first Fertile Crescent cities and the civilizations of which we are heir. ᔥ William Rubel speaks on “Song of the Wheat: The History of Bread …
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The Bread Challenge
Just a bit of bread fun . . .
Started by Tim Bierbaum and John Milhiser from comedy group Serious Lunch, Baguette-Me-Nots, which replaces objects with baguettes in pictures, is of course perfectly comprehensible.
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A Short Bread History
Pollan lectures about the history of cooking. Boiling, bread baking, fermenting. Interesting, not very political. #michaelpollan
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This Saturday at 10:30am: Talk on the history of bread with William Rubel at the Central Library! http://t.co/w77oW4AXxi
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