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    « Perfection - At whatever cost, wherever one works, or shares | Main | Depot 62 - Place to eat, buy furnishings and celebrate simplicity of food and life »

    Monday, April 05, 2010

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    Meagan Parrado

    My mouth is literally watering after reading this post. Zoe, your breads look delightful! What a shame I am not in the area or I would love to participate in a class!

    Warm regards,

    Meagan

    Sally

    Zoe's methods sound too good to be true - I can't wait to see them in action. With the price of a loaf of artisan bread approaching five dollars and more, one can even say we all NEED to know what Zoe can teach us. Great bread with no chemical additives done inexpensively? That's a winning recipe!

    Jennifer

    I'm so excited- I live in Hebron and I will be taking the Saturday baking class with Zoe. Thanks for this write up, she sounds like a wonderful woman.

    Suvir Saran

    Hi Jennifer!
    How nice of you to come take the class.
    Zoe is amazing in many ways, and bread baking is only one of her many skills.
    The house is feeling blessed because of her presence here.
    See you Saturday.
    Of course the Friday class will be fun too.
    Do you have her books? I know you get the HBn5 with your Saturday class.
    Get ABn5 and play with it too.
    You will LOVE how quickly you become a bread lover, and better still, that you are able to make gorgeous breads at home.

    Jennifer

    Hi Suvir,

    I had a great time at the class today. So nice to meet you, Charlie and Zoe. And thank you for all the lovely food and recipes. I only had one small nibble of the hummus but it was so good that I think I'm going to have to try making it myself.

    I do have ABn5 and I agree it has made me a better baker. It's good to know that bread is nothing to be scared of...and with the new book it can be healthy too!

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