The Feeder of wolves fell, worker of evil deeds. The poet chopped Ljot’s leg off, I brought Fridgeir peace. I do not ask reward from the splasher of gold for that. The spears’ din was fun enough, the fight with the pale man. -from “Egil’s Saga”

The Etymology of the Word ‘Bread’

Ah, bread. For most of European cooking, and certainly the cuisine brought over to the Americas by English and French settlers, the leavened loaves are at the very heart of food.

via Pocket http://www.bonappetit.com/test-kitchen/ingredients/article/the-etymology-of-the-word-bread

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