Posts Tagged ‘Sam Fromartz’

Thinking About Better Bread for D.C.: We Have a Ways to Go

Stuffed with bar food, I've been excited to tear into something new. As Y&H readers know, I've been thinking a lot about bread lately, which resulted in this week's Washington City Paper cover story. I've been eating bread all over the city and burbs, but my favorite loaf to date, it seems, is close to […]

William Wegman’s Pooches Make Homemade Bread

Y&H wonders if Sam Fromartz ever had to smack himself in the face to stop from licking the dough?

Sam Fromartz Teaches Y&H a Thing or Two About Baguettes

Baguettes Fromartz Apologies for the late start today. I spent the morning and early part of the afternoon making baguettes with my bud, the writer Sam Fromartz, who recently spent a week in Paris studying at a boulangerie. Today's session was just a warm-up for an upcoming Young & Hungry column in which we'll take […]

A Baguette Like They Make ‘Em in Paris

My bud Sam Fromartz recently got back from Paris where he spent a week in a boulangerie, learning to make bread the classic French way. He'll be writing about his experiences for the forthcoming Afar, an experiential travel magazine that launches this fall, so he couldn't say much on the record. But he did something […]