Some pic and a new interview on my site!

Hey kids,
as promised I have some pics on my site

www.stirthepot.org

of my vacation as well an interview with none other than Michel Richard of Citronelle in Washington DC (George Dubbya country) I am also posting some bread baking by a friend of my sister in her town!

http://homepage.mac.com/jergra/PhotoAlbum7.html

my pics
Please look and go ahead and leave some comments!

Jeremy

Good to be back, where is Graham?

12 comments

[quote="Jeremy"]
No but thanks for the link, actually this was back in the early eighties when I was in Germany! Maybe if you know modern art you have heard of my father?

http://www.galerie-schloss-mochental.de

Shmuel Shapiro

Tchuss!
Jeremy
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Mochental is only 15 km next to me...


[quote="Jeremy"]
I used to ride down to my fathers home in Allgau, nice ride!
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and you didn't meet [url=http://www.der-sauerteig.com/phpBB2/profile.php?mode=viewprofile&u=2]Pöt[/url] there?
He runs no bakers/riders side, but sourdoughers/running side

Razz

No but thanks for the link, actually this was back in the early eighties when I was in Germany! Maybe if you know modern art you have heard of my father?

http://www.galerie-schloss-mochental.de

Shmuel Shapiro

Tchuss!
Jeremy

Bianchi fan,
Ditto on everything you said, I would love to take my Fuji team bike with me or even my ancient Gios torino to go around Paris or well anywhere in europe! When I was in the army in Stutgart I used to ride down to my fathers home in Allgau, nice ride!
Uh Oh Maedi we now need a bikers page for the baker/riders!

Jeremy

Graham,
Thanks for the input, I hope to get the Red Hen Bakery in vermont on board for an interview soon, the have a great site and there bread and philosophy are right up my alley! The fennel and semolina is a great bread, Amy Scherber is also a great baker and so nice, she gave us a great interview as well as inviting me back to bake on my free time, what free time?

Jeremy

Hmm, Jeremy, you've picked the best time for visiting Paris, all empty, all Parisians stayin at côte d'aZur

Very Happy

, and so it may happen, that one by one some boulangeries are closed

Crying or Very sad

just the same to me, when I visited Paris first time.
Don't worry, relaxing in the Tuileries at heat of the day is phantastic, watching people from allover the world at Sacré-C?ur in the late evening laughing, playing music or making nonsens or whatever, it's a great feeling of freedom.
You wanna catch your velo next time? As long as I live I havn't baked it.

..and I never got such wonderful croissants and pain au chocolade as I bought in Paris, perhaps in Bretagne, but Paris..I love this city.

Very nice interview Jeremy. Perhaps you are a little hard on yourself in the closing chat? Chefs can be great bakers! Actually 'fennel raisin' sounds like a chef-conceived recipe. Noel is honest about the compromises of going big. I was at a bakery today where the baker was [i]very carefully[/i] making 100 loaves or so a bake. And then last week I was at an off-shoot of a once small bakery. Now it uses 20 tonne of flour a week and the bakers were running around in a focused frenzy. Such a contrast.

Graham

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where is Graham?
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Hi Jeremy, good to hear from you.

I am on a quick trip to Melbourne/Victoria, catching up with a few bread people. At the moment I am tearing into an olive bread from a new Melbourne bakery, and feeling very guilty because I wanted to take photos of the cross-section before messing it up. But there is not a suitable knife around and I just want to eat. It has such a lovely structure too, full of plump olives.

Good to see you have a new interview. I'm currently on wireless and having difficulty loading the mp3 file, but will listen later on a hard connection. Actually....the file has loaded now. I will have a listen and get back to you later.

BTW. My PM box is full but I will clear it out when I return from this trip.

Graham

Jeremy,

Great photos, I love the woodfired oven!

Enjoyed listening to the new interviews also.

Matthew


Thanks Matthew,
Pass the word! I will be trying to post a small video as I chat with Claudia while she is shaping her dough!

Jeremy

[quote="Jeremy"]
where is Graham?
[/quote]

Have you guys checked out [url=http://graham.sourdough.net.au/]his blog[/url]? Lots of pix on the latest in the Aussie bread scene.


Good to have you back.

Your pix are a sheer torture, Jeremy. I don't think I can bear the description of the tastings.