Guru, Rabbi and Bolshevik: Meeting Anomarel

  Before we got engaged, David took me to learn about diamonds. We sat through an educational film to learn about diamonds (clarity! color! carat! cut!) before I finally got one placed on my finger. While not the most romantic gesture in the world, it certainly explains who David is. Once David decided to learn […]

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Day One. The attack of the cherries.

  Our store is located on a pastoral Kibbutz. Part of the lore of an artisan bakery (or artisan anything, really) is that you weave yourself into the tapestry of your surroundings. We use local artists whenever possible, local foods, anything to keep us working with the community. So it is no surprise that we […]

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The Beginning.

When David first told me he wanted to learn how to make sourdough bread, I thought it meant I’d get to go to Paris. So I said yes. I figured he’d spend a week or two at some bakery (boulengerie) indulging his latest crazy and I’d spend the time in museums. It sounded perfect. Admittedly, […]

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