More Dining Around: Buds & Bowls; Artisan Bread

 Find out all about the latest incarnation of the Lawrenceville Inn in my latest column in the February 3rd issue of the Princeton Packet. That’s Betsy Hunt of Buds and Bowls pictured at left. And check out my story on artisan bread in Bergen Health & Life, which features an informative interview with breadmaker extraordinaire Nina White of Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse. (That’s not Nina pictured below, although it could have been: she still looks like the ballet dancer she once was.)

2 responses to “More Dining Around: Buds & Bowls; Artisan Bread

  1. Just read the artisan bread story. Years ago, I taught myself the art/science of baking and did, in fact, use it as my daily therapy, or coping mechanism. As long and I had produced a loaf of bread at the end of the day, from whatever process I had chosen (artisanal included), life was good.

  2. It is great to see that Betsy Hunt is back in action on the food scene, and doing it from the heart, with such passion! And I loved reading your piece about Bobolink, I can never seem to get to where they sell, but I do mail order and that works too.

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