The glazed look

Keep smiling and happy Purim.

March 9, 2017 18:30
Shoshanat Yaakov halla

Shoshanat Yaakov halla. (photo credit: LES SAIDEL)


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‘With the commencement of the month of Adar, one should indulge in merriment!” Join me now as I provide you a welcome break from your otherwise dreary lives and engage you in some baking-related banter and frivolity.

A lot of people have asked me what it is like to be a professional baker. For the uninitiated, the baker’s life must seem incurably romantic, but that’s not the reason I love it. It is the almost endless string of opportunities it affords even an experienced baker to make a complete schmuck of himself.


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