Thanks to “His Daily Bread” (cover story, April 11), I have developed strong admiration for Steven Kaplan ’63 and his depth (breadth?) of bread knowledge. Who knew one could write nine books about a baguette? Mark Bernstein ’83’s telling of his experience with Kaplan was equal parts informative and entertaining. From now on, when warm bread is served, I might ask for a croissant instead. Thanks for the good read. I have shared it with my father-in-law, who loves a good baguette in Paris.
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