Ever had enough people compliment your baking skills to make you consider starting your own bakery? Michelle Bamberger of Ithaca did, and we're visiting her Little Banneton bread bakery to find out how she makes fresh artisan loaves using all-natural, organic ingredients.
Now that the Ithaca Farmers Market is open for the year, we've got updates from some of your favorite vendors about what's new for Spring. Plus, our restaurant review for this episode takes us to Cayuga Heights for lunch at the Heights Cafe & Grill.
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Click Play to Listen to Episode 32
Stuff we talked about in this episode:
- The Little Banneton
- Classic Sourdoughs: A Home Baker's Handbook
By Ed Wood
- The Bread Baker's Apprentice: Mastering the Art of Extraordinary Bread
by Peter Reinhart
- @Ithaca Farmers Market: The Piggery
- @Ithaca Farmers Market: Northland Sheep Dairy
- @Ithaca Farmers Market: Blue Heron Farm
- Heights Cafe & Grill
- Statler Hotel School Spring Guest Chef Series
Chef Craig Koketsu from Park Avenue Spring - April 25th
- Edible Finger Lakes - Spring 2009 Issue now available
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