The Bread Exchange in NYC
Since the book has a whole chapter dedicated to the great Ladies of NYC I decided that the most appropriate would be to invite all of the ladies to a little dinner.
I choose to invite for dinner in Russ & Daughters cafe!
Monte West Coast, Portugal
Do you remember 1,5 years ago when I visited a place on crete that topped most places I ever visited? This hotel made such a footprint on my mind that when Harpers Bazaar 6 month later asked for my favorite place to go I could only answer “Crete”.
Observer Food Monthly
I really really liked Tim Lewis story and reflections on The Bread Exchange in the Guardian’s OBSERVER Food Monthly. You can read the article here.
THE MAKING OF THE BOOK
Spring Maxfield, Santa Rosa
Spring Maxfield is not just one of the warmest people I’ve ever met, She is also the SpiderQueen in the Net of the Farmers Black Market of Sonoma County. Yes, this is true, there is a secret underground market for food lovers in one of the most inspiring regions of USA. And Spring is part of my book. Meet her her!
SASHA GORA, MUNICH
Sasha has been playing many roles in the making of The Bread Exchange book. I met Sasha in Münich for the first time in 2011 when I was having a showroom for Levi’s Vintage
KARI MORRIS, NYC
One thing that always strikes me in New York City is the women. There is that certain kind of New York lady who has an impressively thick skin. The ones who have also managed to keep warmth in their hearts are the kind that truly inspire me.
RENEE BAUMANN, NYC
I have always been amazed with how open people in NY can be about sharing their network- an attitude that we in Europe could learn from.
LAURA XIMENA VILANUEVA GUERRA, BERLIN
It started of with a classic bread trade. 4 years ago Laura offered to compose the dream cake for my birthday. What do you like? she asked.
LIZA HINMAN, SANTA ROSA
When I was in NYC to shoot for the German Travel guidebook from Smart Travelling I was introduced to Eric Anderson, who is one of the co-founders of Prune (I can highly recommend it!).
When the US publisher Chronicle books approached me in 2012 I was a bit reluctant. I knew their books, but not the company. I started to call everyone I knew with any kind of connection in the business to check them out.