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June 26, 2007

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tommy

Exactly! BAGB sounds like my kind of place. I need to visit NYC soon again...

I find that after I started baking my own food, I am rather repelled by cheaper commercial bakes as they're so artificial tasting and far too sweet.

natasha

If you visit let me know and I'll put together a food itinerary for you!

I feel exactly the same way about commercial baking. The great thing about this bakery is that the food feels real and you can taste the ingredients. And because they use less refined raw materials like kamut and spelt that are harder to come by for domestic baking, they have things you won't necessarily make at home.

eric

oh *
i pass by this place often. apparently, i now need to do more than walk by because it sounds quite interesting. not only do i want to try the food, i'm equally curious about the countertop, floorboards, etc. i also see another reader sharing my name inquired about the price of the santa maria novella liqueur. what detail on that bottle. you and your novaclutch cohort, ms. tb, you should both come search for wines sometime.

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