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Inspiring conversations from leaders and innovators throughout the sourdough community. Hear the stories behind the bakers, authors, growers, millers, artists, and other creative minds that you've always wondered about.

The Sourdough Podcast Michael Hilburn

    • Essen

Inspiring conversations from leaders and innovators throughout the sourdough community. Hear the stories behind the bakers, authors, growers, millers, artists, and other creative minds that you've always wondered about.

    Arturo and Ana of Gusto Bread

    Arturo and Ana of Gusto Bread

    On this episode of the Sourdough Podcast Arturo and Ana of Gusto Bread join to me share their sourdough journey, from the wood-fired oven that started it all, to their plans to open a brick and mortar bakery this year in their home of Long Beach, California. They tell us about the people and places that inspired them along the way and share their experiences and advice for growing a successful cottage bakery.

    • 1 Std. 14 Min.
    Noel Deeb of El Bread Shop

    Noel Deeb of El Bread Shop

    On this episode I spoke with my cottage baker friend Noel Deeb. Noel is a baker, mother, and owner of El Bread Shop in Louisville, KY. Noel is part of our Instagram sourdough community who I’ve been following for years. She is someone I’ve commented back and forth with, solicited bread advice from, and although we’ve never met in person, I’ve admired her as a stay at home mother, self taught sourdough baker, and even more now, as she has shared her journey to becoming a cottage bakery operator.

    • 58 Min.
    Adam Pagor of Grain & Hearth Bakery

    Adam Pagor of Grain & Hearth Bakery

    On this episode of the Sourdough Podcast, Adam Pagor shares his “hard and fast” journey into sourdough. Starting in 2013 with a baking class, he eventually made the leap to a ROFCO oven and started a micro-bakery in his London home. Adam shares how his family and growing baking community inspired him to work toward his dream of becoming a baker and the experiences that encouraged him to open his own bakery, Grain and Hearth, in April of 2019.

    • 1 Std. 30 Min.
    Apollonia Poilâne of The World Famous Poilâne Bakery

    Apollonia Poilâne of The World Famous Poilâne Bakery

    On this episode, Apollonia Poilâne joins me share some secrets from her world-famous Parisian bakery and to talk about her first English language cookbook. She tells us how she was prepared for the role she found herself taking on, unexpectedly at the age of 18, and the personal mark she’s made on her family’s business in her 17 years as CEO.

    • 51 Min.
    Justin Gomez of Humble Bakehouse

    Justin Gomez of Humble Bakehouse

    On this episode we return to our theme of the Cottage Baker with my guest Justin Gomez. Justin talks about his career journey and early bread influences that encouraged him to pursue baking full time. He explains the family ties and values behind the name Humble Bakehouse and shares his valuable experiences and insights on starting and growing a cottage bakery in his community of Martinez, California.

    • 56 Min.
    Daniel Leader of Bread Alone Bakery

    Daniel Leader of Bread Alone Bakery

    On this episode baker and author Daniel Leader joins me to talk about his new book Living Bread. We discuss his early bread education through the “backdoor school of baking” and the founding of his bakery, Bread Alone, in 1983. He shares his thoughts and experiences gained from nearly 40 years of baking and through his friendships with bakers from around the world and he tells us why he thinks we are just at the beginning of the local grain economy movement, here in America, and what it means for the future of artisan bread.

    • 43 Min.

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