Johnson & Wales International Symposium on Bread YouTube Channel
At last, we have now launched a YouTube Channel for the Johnson & Wales International Symposium on Bread, and you can watch all the talks by clicking here. If you want to watch just the 2 1/2 minute highlight reel, you can go here.
If you aren’t familiar with the Symposium, scroll down the Homepage to my earlier posts and recap of the event, which was held 2 months ago here in Charlotte, NC. Things are looking really good for a second year, and we should have the dates figured out within a couple of weeks so, if you’d like to be on the mailing list for the newsletter and save the date announcement write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org .
So, lots of videos to watch if you’re a serious bread-head, as well as a chance to hear and see some of the great luminaries in the world of bread, such as Chad Robertson (Tartine), Glenn Roberts (Anson Mills), Nadezhda and Stefan Savova-Grigorova (who we interviewed here on Pizza Quest a few months ago about their Bakers Without Borders program), Tom Gumpel (Panera), Wolfgang Mock (the godfather of home milling), Stefan Cappelle (“The Future of Bread Lies in its Past”), Francisco Migoya (“Modernist Bread”), bread historian William Rubel (a very wild, salty, and memorable presentation), and many others.
Meanwhile, we’ll be back next week with a new interview and an update on my upcoming fall classes. Till then, enjoy the Symposium!!
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