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Swiss-Born Baker Shares His Techniques For Creating Unique Artisan Breads

October 12, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
An artisan bread chef recently shared recipes and techniques for making traditional and intricately designed breads from several cultures at a bread festival in Central Ohio. Ciril Hitz, born in Switzerland but now living in New England, specializes in bread sculpture and such unique techniques as stenciling designs – flowers for example – on loaves of bread. Hitz makes traditional yeast breads, but has also come up with a recipe for unleavened dough whose clay-like consistency allows sculpting into various shapes and colors. He has written two books and created several how-to DVDs that illustrate his personal formula for turning simple bread dough into intricate designs.
Lisa Abraham, "Lisa Abraham Commentary: Chef Puts the 'art' Into Artisan Bread", The Columbus Dispatch, October 12, 2016, © GateHouse Media, Inc. and Propel/DMG
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