In 1923, the last treaty of the First World War was signed in Lausanne, between Turkey and the allied forces, settling the partitioning of the Ottoman Empire.The pleasures of the canton of Vaud have never ceased to attract celebrities and famous people for longer stays or to make their home here: Voltaire, Napoleon III, Igor Stravinsky, Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Vladimir Nabokov, Henri Bergson, George Byron, Ernest Hemingway, Graham Greene, Scott Fitzgerald, Coco Chanel, Charlie Chaplin, Charles Lindbergh, Audrey Hepburn, Georges Simenon, Peter Ustinov; and more recently: Freddie Mercury, Phil Collins, Barbara Hendricks, David Bowie, Yannik Noah, Alain Prost, Jean Alesi, Michael Schumacher, Paloma Picasso, Henri Verneuil and Ingvar Kamprad, founder of the furniture giant IKEA.
Its distinct texture and subtle spices captivated Russell when she tried her first bite in Zurich a few years ago.
Sugarman recalls the moment: “I said, ‘Do you think we can do this in New York?
At first skeptical about the substitution, Sugarman was delighted with the results: “It was amazing.”Although they haven’t been in the city for very long, Starwursts tend to make a big impression on first bite.
It picked up the “Best Brat” award at the Good Beer Seal’s “Oktoberfeast” in 2014.
However, the oldest evidence of leavening was recorded by the Egyptians possibly when flatbread dough was left out and colonized by wild yeasts and bacteria.