A Passion for Creating Community
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
I especially like the podcast we are releasing today because it conveys the pure passion that two experts have for my favorite of all foods: bread!
Mark Furstenburg is the James Beard award winning owner of Bread Furst on Connecticut Avenue (and before that, Marvelous Market) His career spans working in John Kennedy’s administration on poverty issues – to feeding Washingtonians at his bakeries. He’s 78 years old, first turned to baking at 50 and opened Bread Furst at the age of 76. It is never too late! Corby Kummer is a brilliant writer and restaurant critic who takes us behind the scenes for a fascinating look at how restaurant reviewers write their reviews. As you will hear, their passion for food also translates into a passion for creating community.
You can find the podcast on Add Passion and Stir and as always, if you enjoy it, please share.
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