This is a picture my dad took of Jeff and me at our first book signing at Barnes & Noble in Edina, MN. From there we jumped on a plane and spent the next two days in Chicago and Milwaukee. Thanks to all of you who have come out to see us along the way. We would love to meet all of you and if we are coming to your town please stop by to say hello! Here is our book tour schedule. We are adding cities to the tour so check back in a few days if your town isn’t on the list yet.
Please visit www.healthybreadinfive.com to see our recipe for Whole Wheat Brioche and other Bread in Five news.
24 thoughts to “On Book Tour, Please Come Visit!”
There IS life north of the border! I think you should include Canada in your tour.
Wish you were coming to PA!!!
Darn. I wish I had put this in my calendar and made it you your event. Congrats. Another amazing accomplishment to add to the sweetness you spread each week.
Is a tour to India scheduled anytime,wish you could come to our town sometime…smile.
Congrats on your new book Zoe.
Zoe, congrats on the book! Wish I could visit you on your book tour 🙂
Congrats, I love your cookbook.
Good luck with the tour! Congrats on the new book!!
Congrats on the book and Good Luck!!!!
Congratulations, Zoe! I’m so excited to check out your new book.
I am looking forward to making one of your events and book tour stops!! I grew up on wonderful homemade bread and haven’t mastered it for myself…yet! Looking forward to the inspiration and the tips! -Chris Ann
Awe…wish you would visit Southern CA- Los Angeles! Love the food and photography on your site! Will definitely buy the book.
Congrats on the new book! That is so exciting! Wish you were heading to Utah somewhere in that schedule, but that looks like one super busy schedule already!
So nice to meet you guys! Thank you so much for the book. It is amazing!
Hi Zoe…so disapointed that you won’t be coming to Georgia….can’t wait to get the new book…my bread baking has slowed down because we are dieting but the neighbors still love getting fresh baked bread….and I owe my success all to you…Thank you!!
Sue @ Rue Mouffetard
Zoe, I can’t tell you how much I appreciated you stopping by my blog and leaving a comment! I could have pinched myself! I had no idea you had a blog and will definitely be a subscriber! I do want to thank you for writing this amazing book! I can’t even begin to tell you how much it means to working, busy mama’s like myself to be able to fit homemade bread into our schedules! For awhile, I’ve stuck to your recipe from Mother Earth News, I’m so excited to venture off and try other bread recipes from the book! Thank you Zoe, you are such an inspiration!
I too wish we were coming to Atlanta. We have been trying but nothing has materialized yet! I’ll keep you posted!
I hope to meet you soon! Zoë
Wow, thank YOU so much for stopping by and the lovely note. I’m thrilled that you have been baking the bread and hope you enjoy the new book! We wrote the book for busy people, so it is wonderful to hear that you are using it!
So great to meet you too!
Happy baking! Zoë
My new favorite specialty store in Mendota Heights.
You can taste before you buy.
What is the difference between vital wheat gluten and vital gluten. Where do you find these two ingredients?.
Is Vital the brand???
(I got your recipe off a clip from View from the Bay and I am having a hard time finding answers via regular google searches. When I search either they both say gluten derived from wheat…which is obvious, so does one have a higher concentration or something??)
P.S. I love your site!
Vital Wheat Gluten, Vital Gluten and Vital Wheat Gluten Flour are all the same. Here is a post that we did on http://www.artisanbreadin5.com ~ http://www.artisanbreadinfive.com/?p=1087
Any trips to the UK due?
Hi Caribbean Recipes,
None yet, but I still hold hope that we will get to the UK someday! 😉
Thanks to you and Jeff for your two books. We have sent copies of Vol.1 to all our family and friends. Now that Vol2 is here we will do that too. Truly your two books have changed our lives. We no longer buy bread. We and our friends and family have been enjoying all the recipes. BTW the weights and measures chart in Vol 2 is really good. Thanks again, and good for you for doing this book. Best,BER