Fall Literary Lunch at The Inn at Pound Ridge on November 12th with Daniel Leader founder of Bread Alone

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A very special event is coming to The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean‑Georges as they welcome Daniel Leader for their November Literary Luncheon.

First inspired by his time in Paris as a young man, Daniel Leader has pursued  quality bread ever since. One of the first champions of artisanal bread baking in the United States. Leader went on to create  Bread Alone.. This iconic  bakery quickly became known for its signature techniques and was soon one of the country’s most beloved artisan bread companies. Bread Alone has locations in Boiceville (Catskills), Woodstock, Kingston, Rhinebeck  and sells its great products through Hudson Valley farmers markets and select retailers. Now, in his new cookbook, LIVING BREAD: Tradition and Innovation in Artisan Bread Making (October 15, 2019, $40, Avery), Leader offers accomplished profiles of some of the most knowledgeable, skilled, and innovative craftspeople working in bread today, with more than 60 recipes that contain expert advice — the simple secrets that the best professional bakers know — for achieving professional results at home.

Mr. Leader  will be talking to lunch attendees about his new book Living Bread: TRADITION and INNOVATION in Artisan Bread Making and will partner with Jean‑Georges for a three-course luncheon.

When>   November 12, 2019 at 11:30am

Where> The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges  

                258 Westchester Avenue Pound Ridge NY

Cost >$108 per person (inclusive of tax & gratuity)

Books will be available for purchase

Please call The Inn at Pound Ridge at 914-764-1400 to make a reservation.

 

 

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