When the days become shorter again and the sunlight is fading … when it gets colder again and the frustrating amount of rainy afternoons increases … when the Caribbean summer reggae sound suddenly turns into an autumn blues then …… we are even more happy!
Yes, I know that wasn’t quite convincing yet – but I really mean it, because we turn any autumn blues, grief and gray surroundings into a heartwarming symphony.
We’re talking about a breadified comfort food highlight which embraces even heavy season-change grumblers.
Pear. Pecan nut. Maple. Cinnamon.
That doesn’t just sound like real soul food – it is!
Pears fried golden-brown in butter are paired with roasted pecans and pamper themselves a maple syrup-cinnamon bath on sourdough stage (feat. Italian Tipo 0, Tipo 2 and roasted, freshly milled spelt. The result: a cracking crust and tender crumb, that put us into a flavor trance which makes us forget all worries.
With this in mind: enjoy your autumn as a second spring, when every leaf is a flower… (Albert Camus)