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Baking Strategy: Julia Child vs. America's Test Kitchen | Sourdough Companion

Baking Strategy: Julia Child vs. America's Test Kitchen

I, like I'm sure many of us, enjoy a good cooking show, and I've noticed that they generally fall into two categories: there are shows like Cooking with Julia Child, and then there are shows like America's Test Kitchen.  What do I mean by this?  I try to explain in my most recent blog post: http://sourdoughrye.blogspot.com/2011/10/liberties-and-flair.html


My blog (hosted on Blogspot) is more about baking sourdough as a practice, tradition, and thing-to-be-thought-about rather than a blog full of recipes and instructions (there are already a great number of good ones out there!)  I hope that you'll take a look and add to the conversation about the meaning behind baking bread!