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Jeremy Cherfas

Today’s big bake, 70% Manitoba with 10% each of einkorn, spelt and rye (wholemeal)

Today’s big bake, 70% Manitoba with 10% each of einkorn, spelt and rye (wholemeal)

Today’s big bake, 70% Manitoba with 10% each of einkorn, spelt and rye (wholemeal). Very deep flavour with a custard crumb when fresh

Jeremy Cherfas

Defending inflation

Excellent, clear explanation. I rather liked this bit:

One strange feature of American ~popular economic discourse~ is that the rarified troubles of the very rich often get discussed as if they were “normal”, but: they are extremely not normal.

The million-dollars-in-cash-havers can fend for themselves.

Because it is so true.

Jeremy Cherfas

Multiple inspirations for something Levantine-ish, which will be eaten tomorrow.

Multiple inspirations for something Levantine-ish, which will be eaten tomorrow.

Multiple inspirations for something Levantine-ish, which will be eaten tomorrow.

Jeremy Cherfas

Ready to be eaten

Ready to be eaten

Ready to be eaten. </p><p>Tomorrow.

Jeremy Cherfas

Time for some of that fine 100% rye sourdough with toasted sunflower seeds and a hint of caraway.

Time for some of that fine 100% rye sourdough with toasted sunflower seeds and a hint of caraway.

Time for some of that fine 100% rye sourdough with toasted sunflower seeds and a hint of caraway.

Jeremy Cherfas

Fun to see @racheleats photo of Bonci Pizza illustrating this article, although that seems to me as far from ordinary pizza al taglio as that is from Mr Go’s pizza vendining machine.

https://www.theguardian.com/food/2021/may/07/dough-to-go-romes-first-pizza-vending-machine-gets-mixe...

Jeremy Cherfas

Found while dismantling the rotten old wooden table on the terrace

Found while dismantling the rotten old wooden table on the terrace

Found while dismantling the rotten old wooden table on the terrace. So beautifully made.

Jeremy Cherfas

If I were a winemaker in Salento, I think I'd support change to ensure that I wasn't cutting myself off from customers.

Jeremy Parzen with some rival etymologies for Negroamaro grapes and why, whichever one is "true" it might be wise to rethink.

https://dobianchi.com/2021/05/05/negroamaro-racial-slur-racist/

Jeremy Cherfas

Jeremy Cherfas

Replied to a post on matigo.ca :

I assume you already know about Craig Mod and his very interesting, and very well-documented, long walks through Japan.