Month: September 2016

Richard Bourdon stands in front of a tub of dough

The quest for gluten, part III: Richard the baker

Netflix meets reality as Alex and I step inside the inner sanctum of the Berkshire Mountain Bakery and meet the guru of gluten himself, Richard Bourdon. He spent over one and a half hours generously explaining to us his theories on the modern man and his diet. He also shared some starter for me to try.

One year on, deep thoughts

A year ago, on September 28, 2015, Lufthansa’s flight LH 412 from Munich to Newark landed on Jersey soil, carrying, among others, two would-be expats to their new homes. Moving here has been quite educational. And a bit confusing. It is something new and something old at the same time. The […]

The quest for gluten, part II: Our brilliant B&B

Hi all, hope you’re all well! I had an impromptu and short summer break – flying to Jakarta via Munich and back – which it itself produced a whole set of new stories, some of which I will share with the WWW in the next blog entry. In the meantime, however, I do need to […]