Am citit de curând un articol publicat de usatoday.com despre un magazin de pâine românească! Nick Constantin este proprietarul magazinului în care jurnalistul de la usatoday a fost extrem de încântat de produsele românești. De pe site-ul magazinului romaniabread.com redăm câteva cuvinte despre afacerea cu pâine.
„From the heart of the old Europe comes an ancient art, with roots going back in time to Egypt, traveling to Judea, Phoenicia and Mesopotamia, carried by the tides of Roman legions to the fertile Danube plains.”
Redăm, în continuare câteva cuvinte din articolul în limba engleză.
For bakery near Vancouver, it’s all about Romanian bread
By Seth Livingstone, USA TODAY
STEVESTON, British Columbia — I was thinking fish and chips, but a late breakfast also was on my mind when I got off the bus at Steveston, a somewhat rustic fishing village about 15 minutes from my hotel near the airport in Richmond, B.C.
One of the first storefronts I saw was that of Romania Country Bread. And there were some mighty good looking loaves in the window … long loaves.
Hmmm, I thought. This looked like my kind of bakery. A little pastry with coffee, maybe a bagel would hit the spot.
I walked in, ready to buy. Ready to eat.
But there was nary a Danish in sight. Not even a donut.
This place was about bread, baby. Just bread.
Nick Constantin, the proprietor, baker, greeter and sales clerk does it all with a large, wood-fired bread oven at the back of the store. Nick Constantin is the proprietor, baker, greeter and sales clerk for Romanian Country Bread in Steveston, British Columbia.
(By Seth Livingstone, USA TODAY)
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