I just got back from Paris yeterday. I miss the GREAT baguettes from Paris. I was baking baguettes before I went to Paris, but was never successful. I had made up a list of restaurants, patisseries, and boulangeries that I wanted to visit while in Paris, and Eric Kayser Boulangerie was one of them. In my little notebook/journal, I had noted that the baguettes were good, so my husband and I went to the closest Eric Kayser and bought the Baguette Monge at 7am. My husband couldn't wait till we get back to the apartment to eat the baguette, so he broke off a piece and ate it as we were walking back towards the apartment. He said is was very good, so I had to try it too. He was RIGHT! It was sooo good. It was one of the best baguette we've ever had. We continued to visit Eric Kayser every morning for our baguette. YUMMM!
Now that I'm back home, I miss the baguette. I would like to buy a bread cookbook but I don't know what to get. I know Eric Kayser has a few cookbooks out there but I'm not sure if the baguette recipe is in the book. Any suggestions on what to get?