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“To be sensual, I think, is to respect and rejoice in the force of life, of life itself, and to be present in all that one does, from the effort of loving to the making of bread.” James A. Baldwin
New York - Sunday Loaf (Milk & Egg Bread)
Our Sunday Loaf is brioche style bread enriched with milk, egg and butter.
Can be slightly sweetened with honey or for festive seasons be spiced with all spice, with raisins and citrus seel.
The ﬁrst recorded use of the word Brioche in French dates from 1404. It is adested in 1611 in Cotgrave's A Dictionarie of the French and English Tongues, where it is described as "a rowle, or bunne, of spiced bread" and its origin given as Norman. A similar type of bread, called tsoureki, is also traditionally baked in Greece for the Easter weekend.
In France it developed as "a sort of bread” improved since antiquity by generations of bakers, then of pastry makers with some butter, some eggs, sugar coming in. Later it developed from the blessed bread of the church which gradually became of better quality, more and more costly, less and less bread untill becoming savoury brioche.
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