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artisanal bakery in HNL

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I hear talk of a new wood fired bakery in downtown honolulu. Can anyone confirm the rumour?

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According to their blog, they have postponed the project for a year or two, since Emily has been acepted onto a masters degree at NYU.

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Ah, thanks for the update, Jackal10. I had been wondering what was happening. . .

If you're ever reading this, Emily, best of luck in your Masters program. And if you do have the time, we would certainly love to see the blog continue. . .


Sun-Ki Chai
http://www2.hawaii.edu/~sunki/

Former Hawaii Forum Host

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You can find artisanal break at the KCC Saturday Farmers' Market in Row C.

--Larry

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Hey guys, sorry it's been so long. Yup, I have in fact moved to New York--our apartment is within the free delivery radius of both Dean & Deluca and Balthazar Bakery... And, we are just a few blocks up from Sullivan Street Bakery, a few more blocks away from Murray's Cheese Store, one block from Arturo's Pizza, etc, etc. It is pretty amazing.

Chris is still busy packing in Honolulu, but will probably head out here sometime next week. When my internet connection is a bit more regular, I'll try to keep the blog more up-to-date.

-Emily

PS: My biggest surprise so far, by the way, was finding Bubbie's ice cream in Dean & Deluca. It was pretty neat, and I am looking forward to weather just cool enough for it not to melt on the walk home.


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Aloha Emily - Glad to hear from you! I'd looked up your site a few weeks ago just after you

had updated on your new adventure. Much luck to you and Chris, enjoy the city and your

schoolwork. It was fun to meet you last April at lunch. Keep us informed!!!! A hui ho...... :biggrin:


"You can't miss with a ham 'n' egger......"

Ervin D. Williams 9/1/1921 - 6/8/2004

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Go for it Emily - sounds like you'll have a lot of opportunities to soak up "bread culture" while you're acing though the NYU program. If you're in Politics, say hi to Bruce BDM - he wrote a blurb for one of my books, so he may remotely remember me. . .

Waiting for the wood-fired bakery will just make us more hungry once it comes about. Hope also to hear about Chris' adventures in the NY culinary scence. . .

Take Care,

Sun-Ki


Sun-Ki Chai
http://www2.hawaii.edu/~sunki/

Former Hawaii Forum Host

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