Thursday, November 5, 2009
The original sin of the bread maker...
The first baguette was thusly made...
Flaky, crunchy exterior; soft, stretchy on the inside and slightly warm. All that is needed is butter to satisfy.
When the first baguette was thrown out of Eden, it was thrown towards North America. Hard livin' made it dry and calous; by the time it arrived in Vancouver it tasted of cardboard.
Notice to any bakers in France:
Please move to Vancouver! If you like skiing and maple syrup; it's a solid decision. You will be worshipped, there is no doubt.
The baguettes in Paris are so beautiful they make me angry.
5/5 for Paris, on the solid proof of their baguettes and pastries