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FREE Bread Baking Talk at Omnivore Books

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My Grandmother makes the best bread in the world. Truth. I would never even attempt to reach the Grandma-Magic levels of perfection, but I have always wanted to try my hand at baking something other than those pre-made rolls in a tube that scare the shit out of me when they POP open.

I may get my chance to do just that, because this Sunday, February 20th, Michael Kalanty, artisan break baker and writer, will be speaking at Omnivore Books about his book (aptly titled) How to Bake Bread. The talk is FREE and the subject of food is something I will never tire of, so it’s a guaranteed good time in my book. Also, if you haven’t been to Omnivore Books or one of their amazing events, you should. Because they rule.

Michale Kalanty: How to Bake Bread
Omnivore Books
Sunday, February 20th, 3pm-4pm
3885a Cesar Chavez Street (at Church Street)
[Noe Valley]

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