The latest entry in a new event series called Cook Together brought the head bread baker of King Arthur Flour to Tufts’ health sciences campus
Earlier this spring, foodies had the opportunity to break bread with the Tufts nutrition community at the Jaharis Café at the Friedman School for Nutrition Science and Policy.
It was the latest entry in a new event series called Cook Together, which bring guests to the Friedman School for gatherings that combine cooking lessons and nutrition talks, with the chance to eat together and build community.
The evening’s guest of honor was Martin Philip, head bread baker at King Arthur Flour in Norwich, Vermont, and author of the award-winning Breaking Bread: A Baker’s Journey Home in 75 Recipes.
For the lesson, he taught Friedman community members and other attendees how to make the traditional Indian flatbread roti and spoke about the challenges and rewards of his job.
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