Ben Hershberger, head baker of Per Se and Bouchon Bakery in New York, has joined a nonprofit training organization called Hot Bread Kitchen as head baker and instructor. Hershberger is training low-income and foreign-born women to develop their commercial baking skills with the goal of improving their economic security. The baked goods they make, derived from their ethnic heritage, include Mexican corn tortillas, Moroccan m’smen and Armenian lavash, and are available at local farmers ...
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