Collins, Mary Alice
April 2000
Sarasota Magazine;Apr2000, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p58
Features the specialties of several bread shops in Sarasota, Florida. Background on breadmaking; Flavor as most important criteria for determining bread quality; Use of brick oven by bakers at Il Panificio; Breads offered at C'est la Vie. INSET: BEST BREAD BASKETS.


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