Event: BREAD

BreadBar Presents: A Bread Discussion & Book Signing with the Professor

Monday, February 26, 2007

BREADBAR Century City
10250 Santa Monica Blvd, Store R2
Century City, CA 90067
310 277 3770

BREADBAR, creator and purveyor of fine artisanal breads and pastries, would like to invite you to a book signing and bread discussion with Professor Steven L. Kaplan. Professor Kaplan will be visiting BreadBar this month from Paris after a stop in New York for a taping of The Conan O’Brien Show. He is promoting:

Good Bread is Back! A Contemporary History of French Bread, The Way it is Made, and the People Who Make It

published by Duke University Press

Steven Laurence Kaplan is the Goldwin Smith Professor of European History at Cornell University and Visiting Professor of Modern History at the University of Versailles , Saint Quentin. His many books include a guide to the best bread in Paris , Cherchez le pain: Guide des meilleures boulangeries de Paris, and The Bakers of Paris and the Bread Question, 1770-1775, also published by Duke University Press. The French government has twice knighted Kaplan for his contributions to the “sustenance and nourishment” of French culture.

For further information, or to reserve a copy of “Good Bread is Back!” contact: daniela@breadbar.net


Filed under California, Event, Food, Los Angeles

4 responses to “Event: BREAD

  1. mina

    steven kaplan was on conan show, and he was really funny.

  2. poppy8sd

    Oh, shoot, Mina –I missed it. Will you go to the event?

  3. mina

    i wish i could. i live too far away.

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