“Pain de campagne” (pronouned “PAHN deh com-PAHN-yuh”) is a type of traditional French bread that is made with natural yeast, baked into large, round loaves, and sold in boulengeries across France. The name translates literally to “country bread.”
As bread is a fundamental food element for many cultures across centuries, this blog is dedicated to stories of travel and cuisine and the people and societies surrounding them.
Sylvia Grove is a graduate student in the Department of French and Italian at the University of Pittsburgh. She resides both in Pittsburgh and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.