American Flatbread – Flatbread Kitchen
Friday and Saturday, November 1 and 2, 2002
Tonight’s menu and baking are dedicated to
Here are some of my thank you’s for today.
Thank you Paul Krcmar for curing tonight’s salmon special with a blend of dead sea salts; half from Israel, half from Jordan. This is some of the earliest work with these salts (for us). Someday (I hope soon) we will make bread with these salts- bread as a bridge of our common humanity.
Thank you, Jen Moffroid for working so hard to bring these salts to Waitsfield, and for so cheerfully filling in on today’s prep shift.
Thanks to Jonathan Hoffman who cast aside, without hesitation, his ego, (Jonathan is a chef instructor) and is filling in tonight washing dishes.
Thanks to Camilla Behn. She is old and wise…oops… just kidding about the old part, but she is very wise and, she is assembling the flatbreads this Friday evening.
Thanks to Jim Layton who, along with his rotary gang, was out there in the wet cold earlier this evening, selling raffle tickets to raise money for their good works.
Thanks to Tom (I’m sorry I’ve forgotten your last name and I have forgotten your bride’s name) Tom will be married tomorrow. Many years ago, Tom worked as the branch manager of the local Chittenden bank. He authorized our first loan, when it would have been easy to say no.
Thanks to all the wonderful people who work here and make all of this possible.
And Thanks to all of you for coming.
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