HRN Hall of Fame: Jim Lahey

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Nominated by: The Food Seen

Jim Lahey of Sullivan Street Bakery is an artist in his own right when it comes to baking. A multi-book author and evangelist of the no-knead bread method, he’s also the very first recipient of the Outstanding Baker James Beard Award, followed by an induction into the foundation’s “Who’s Who of Food & Beverage in America” in 2016. Whether he’s waxing poetic over long-fermented loaves handmade in the traditional methods Italian artisans have used for centuries, or Roman-style pizza bianca flatbreads, Lahey has been shaping the bread game in the States for decades, and has gained a loyal following, or as Ruth Reichl once put it in the New York Times, “it feels like a church of bread.”

Appearances on HRN:

Modernist Breadcrumbs: No-Knead, No Problem
Cooking Issues: Issues
Cooking Issues: Seeds Don’T Stress Me Out
All In The Industry: Jim Lahey, Sullivan Street Bakery And Co.
The Food Seen: Jim Lahey, Sullivan Street Bakery
Week In Review: Bernie Bread, Food Myths, And National News
Cooking Issues: Masterbaking With Jim Lahey
Evolutionaries: Jim Lahey
Chef’S Story: Jim Lahey
A Taste Of The Past: Bread Baking With Jim Lahey

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