SÜBROT

SÜBROT

Little bread that got famous in Alsace (East France) between the 2 world wars because it was really cheap. Its name literally mean “bread for one coin”. It was born during the Second Empire (1852-1870) and became very popular when the region of Alsace became French again. Recommend: CIABATTA PAIN BRIÉ Sübrot This bread has … Read more

HAMBURGER BUN

HAMBURGER BUN

Originating from the city of Hamburg in Germany, the history of this bread goes back to the 18th century. It was usually eaten with grounded meat and was very popular for the German workers’s lunch. It became the principal meal on the Hamburg America Line (or HAPAG), ships connecting Germany to the United States of America. The … Read more

KARTOFFELBROT

Kartoffelbrot

This is a potato bread originating from Paris. 17TH CENTURY First of all, the potato comes from actual Peru and was introduced in Europe by the Spanish in the second half of the 16th century. From then and during the 17th century, more and more countries started to produce it. But not the region of “Île … Read more