My obsession with good bread is one of a kind. I spoke some about it in my post for Eat Around The Corner, and I still maintain that the bread eating culture in our country can be described as awesome only when it comes to breads like Roti and Naan. Last month I had the privilege of visiting the baking area of a brand new Bread stop called The Baker's Dozen in Wadala, and I feel happy, proud and excited all at the same time, with a little sparkle in my eye that after all, there may be some hope for us.
Breads are more complex than what meets the eye. A good loaf of bread should feel right, sound right, smell right and of course look right. The general notion of our public goes like maybe a Wibs bread is good because it is perfectly square shaped and the crumb is tightly packed. Well, you couldn't be more wrong, and with the awesome foursome running The Baker's Dozen, it shall be ensured that no one misunderstands bread hence forth. The lovely couple Aditi and Sneh are always ready to answer all your bready questions!