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Episode 47: Baking with Shuna Lydon of Peels and Jeremy Shapiro: Oh the joy of baking, not the book, but the prolonged cooking of food by dry heat acting by convection (according to Wikipedia). The roles of bakers and pastry chefs have been blurred over the years, so on todays THE FOOD SEEN, we have Shuna Lydon, the pa

Episode 47: Baking with Shuna Lydon of Peels and Jeremy Shapiro: Oh the joy of baking, not the book, but the prolonged cooking of food by dry heat acting by convection (according to Wikipedia). The roles of bakers and pastry chefs have been blurred over the years, so on todays THE FOOD SEEN, we have Shuna Lydon, the pa

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Episode 47: Baking with Shuna Lydon of Peels and Jeremy Shapiro: Oh the joy of baking, not the book, but the prolonged cooking of food by dry heat acting by convection (according to Wikipedia). The roles of bakers and pastry chefs have been blurred over the years, so on todays THE FOOD SEEN, we have Shuna Lydon, the pa

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Lunghezza:
40 minuti
Pubblicato:
Apr 19, 2011
Formato:
Episodio podcast

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Oh the joy of baking, not the book, but the prolonged cooking of food by dry heat acting by convection (according to Wikipedia). The roles of bakers and pastry chefs have been blurred over the years, so on todays THE FOOD SEEN, we have Shuna Lydon, the pastry chef at Peels, and Jeremy Shapiro, bread baker extraordinaire, to help us redefine the roles of bakers and chew over the current state of baked goods and grains. p.s. read both Shunas and Jeremys blogs for wonderfully inspiring writing and recipes! This episode was sponsored by
Pubblicato:
Apr 19, 2011
Formato:
Episodio podcast