Mahoroba Japanese Bakery | A Few Great Bakeries | PB...PBS Food
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As a young girl, Rhonda Jones learned some French from her dad who sometimes drove a Trailways bus into Canada. As a high school student, she decided she wanted to study in France, and she explains how all of that lead to the name of her business.
3. Owner-baker Naruske Monguchi and translator Benjamin Winterton consider how to translate and explain what “Mahoroba” means in English. Although it could be translated simply as “good place,” there’s more to the word than that. And then a few regular customers talk about their favorite treats, savory as well as sweet.
Bakeries are popular places. They smell great. They are full of wonderful things to eat, from crusty breads to gooey and sweet treats. And they often become neighborhood meeting places, where bakers work hard and where people often leave with good feelings as well as fresh baked goods. Watch A Few Great Bakeries on August 25 at 8pm on PBS or anytime at http://www.pbs.org/food.
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