In July , the following members of Bread Bakers Team USA were selected from a series of tryouts held at various locations and dates. Enough water, but not too much; enough time but not too much; enough strength, but not too much. The irony of the Coupe du Monde, a process focused on innovation, is that it reminds me of the relationship with bread that I am most drawn to—not so much reinvention as understanding. Bread is hard to make well, and really hard to make really well. Bread is less about secret ingredients, and more about improving the process every day you walk into the bakery. The constant learning and pursuit of excellence has kept me committed to the art of baking. Working with a living product only compounds the ways we can learn on a daily basis. We are in the business of happiness. I bake for my own fulfillment as well as the role the bakeshop plays in the community.
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She finds inspiration for her bakes while snowboarding, hiking, playing volleyball and especially while working in her garden. She is so excited to bake bread for Denverites seeking a more intimate connection with local artisans and goods. Liz kneads no further proof that life is definitely what you bake it. Sam has been on a nearly life-long quest to master beer brewing, barista-ing, and baking. Throughout his time living in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Madrid, Sam began baking at home because he couldn't find any good bread around. He brings his creative home baking mastery and barista talent to Rebel, leading our coffee program and bringing bread and pastry inspiration from his travels. Erin Slater was born in Bowling Green, Ohio, and has spent six years working in bakeries throughout Denver. Her professional interests include baguette-rolling, cookie-scooping, and danish-slicing. Maya has had a passion for sweets and baking since she was a kid.
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