Hot, Crumbly Buttery Love in a Biscuit
Monica May & Kristen Trattner | Nickel Diner
Kneaded: L.A. Bread Stories celebrates L.A. history, heritage, and communities through the lens of bread.
With warm biscuits, strawberry jam, and infectious smiles, Monica May and Kristen Trattner have built a community of trust in Downtown L.A. They share with us how the familiarity of a warm biscuit transcends cultures and brings the taste of grandmotherly love to their community.
Click on the link above to watch Monica and Kristen’s L.A. bread story.
She makes people think of their grandmothers with this bread. And you don't taste grandmother very much in food anymore– and that is what makes it unique. You are eating from women’s hands.
Kristen Trattner on Monica May’s biscuits
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WHAT'S YOUR L.A. BREAD STORY?
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