Episode 235: Being a Cookbook Writer: Pain d'Avignon Baking Book with Uliks Fehmiu

Episode 235: Being a Cookbook Writer: Pain d'Avignon Baking Book with Uliks Fehmiu

Hello, and welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today on the podcast, I’m honored to have an interview with Uliks Fehmiu. Uliks is an actor, producer, and self-taught baker. He co-founded the Pain d’Avinon bakery with three friends in 1992. Today on the podcast, we talk about Uliks journey in Belgrade amid the beginnings of a war and continued in America as these four friends opened their tiny Cape Cod bakery, which became and still is one of the first highly acclaimed purveyors of artisanal bread in the Northeast. Today on the podcast, Uliks tells his story of Belgrade, his friends, bread baking, book writing with co-author Kathleen Hackett, and his philosophy on bread, baking, and life.

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Things We Mention In This Episode:

The Larousse Book of Bread by Eric Kayser

How to Get Paid to Write a Cookbook free training

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