I love making bread. I originally started because I thought was “fun” after reading Little House on the Prairie and American Girl’s Kirsten books. Yes, I was one of those people who wanted to try out the “pioneer ways of life”. I’ve come a long way since then. Now I love trying out new combinations of grains, seeds and herbs – and the texture and density has improved significantly from when I first started. I’m not saying that my bread is by any means anything like this
Image from TARTINE Bakery, SAN FRANCISCO
but it holds its own and actually tastes good.
The bread I aspire create to is pictured above and made by the good people of the Tartine Bakery in San Francisco. The point of all this prattle about bread is that 4SP Films made a short documentary about the bakery and I would like to share it with you (click on the the sliced bread below to watch the film)
Image from Tartine Bakery, San Francisco
Why share a film about a bakery with you? Well there are several reasons
- The graphics in this film inspired the graphics that I created in “Out of Print,” so obviously I like the use of graphics.
- I like the use of light and the camera work.
- Although bread could seem like a dry subject, it’s actually brought to life as its own character in this film- almost like the live sourdough starter that creates this famous bread.
So now that I’ve made you hungry for artisan bread, go find a loaf you love and enjoy!
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