New Haven, CT, February 26, 2017 (Sunday): Book signing/Meet & Greet, 12:30-2:30pm, Atticus Bookstore, Cafe, & Bakery, 1082 Chapel St. Information

New York City, March 2, 2017:“Immigrants and Their Breads: How America Changed Them Both” 7:00pm, The 92nd Street Y, 92nd Street & Lexington Ave., Tickets & Information

Washington, DC, March 3, 2017: Book signing/Meet and Greet. 8-10am, Bread Furst, 4434 Connecticut Avenue NW  Information.


Join Stanley Ginsberg, award-winning author of Inside the Jewish Bakery and The Rye Baker for a three-hour master class on the mysteries of rye. Learn how to bake traditional north German and Baltic rye breads, explore rye’s unique chemistry and become familiar with some of the centuries-old techniques Europe’s master bakers developed to tame the unruly grain.

Each class is a hands-on session lasting 3 hours, during which we’ll bake two breads — a German sourdough rye (the sponge will be prepared the night before) and a yeast-leavened Baltic sweet-savory bread. Be prepared to work hard and learn rye’s mysteries.

Classes are held in leading artisan bakeries all across America. Space is limited, so register early!                                                                 Cost: $150

BOSTON, Saturday 2/25/2017, 1-4 pm, FLOUR Bakery + Cafe, 9 Travis St., Allston, MA. More information and sign-up

NEW YORK CITY, Tuesday 2/28/2017, 11am-2pm, Sullivan St Bakery, 533 West 47th St. (SOLD OUT)

PORTLAND, OR, Friday, 3/17/2017, 11am-2pm, Pearl Bakery, 898 SE Stark St.