Executive Director Andrew Rigie of NYC Alliancev & Daniel Leader founder of Bread Alone Bakery
Roland's Food Court
Tonight at 9:00PM ET|PT @rolandsfoodcourt email@example.com Channel 103 #siriusxmfaction @siriusxm We're as concerned as you are about what will happen to our beloved food & beverage service industry, so we get down to the restaurant & bar business with hospitality industry advocate @politicalfoodienyc Executive Director for @thenycalliance We get the latest on what's happening with everything from the #ppp Paycheck Protection Program to an updated on third party delivery apps. Andrew Rigie has been at the center of it all informing our leaders on the importance of helping all sectors of those who care for us in the industry from mom & pops to fine dining spots. Since everyone is an online baker now, we chat with a true master baker @danmakesbread Since 1983 Daniel Leader founder of @breadalonebakery has been expanding his bread empire in Upstate New York. If you love good bread then you definitely know his very popular stand at the @unsqgreenmarket that has been supporting NYC with the good stuff for the past 33 years! Daniel also shares his vast wisdom & wandering travel stories through his new book, Living Bread, available everywhere. Leader's own travels & encounters with artisans who have influenced him, Living Bread is a love letter, & a cutting-edge guide, to the practice of making "good bread." Hear about it from The Bread Boss on the Food Court. Thanks to our producer! @paulofcharsky
Litigating Business and Human Rights Cases (with Dr Miriam Saage-Maaß and Daniel Leader)
In this episode of RightsCast, we bring you a panel discussion, chaired by Sheldon Leader, with Dr Miriam Saage-Maaß and Daniel Leader, both leading practitioners in the business and human rights field, as they outline recent developments in the litigation of business and human rights cases. Taking Lessenich’s and others’ sociological concept of the “imperialistic lifestyle” to describe the dynamics of global economy and the lack of fundamental resistance against it, Miriam Saage-Maaß demonstrates how the law organises and enables exploitative practices of global economy. She also analyses how the law nevertheless opens space to develop resistance, and how it can be a driver of self-empowerment of workers and others negatively affected by globalised economic activities. Daniel Leader discusses the emerging jurisprudence from the UK Supreme Court surrounding the issue of parent company liability. In April 2019, the Supreme Court gave a landmark judgment in Vedanta Resources Plc v Lungowe and Ors.  UKSC 20. The appeal analysed the controversial question of whether a parent company can be liable in the English courts for the operations of its foreign subsidiaries. The Supreme Court significantly extended the potential scope of parent company liability. The unanimous ruling of the Supreme Court has been cited as “the most important judicial decision in the field of business and human rights since the jurisdictional ruling of the US Supreme Court in Kiobel in 2013.” Dr. Miriam Saage-Maaß is Vice Legal Director at the European Centre For Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR), where she coordinates the Business and Human Rights program. She has worked on various cases against corporations relating to exploitation of workers in Bangladesh and Pakistan, especially against KiK Textilien regarding liability in the Baldia Factory Fire, and against companies trading in cotton picked through forced child labour in Uzbekistan. In 2016, the Association of Democratic Lawyers in Germany awarded Saage-Maaß and ECCHR's General Secretary the Hans Litten Prize in acknowledgment of their role in the strategic approach of ECCHR's work. Daniel Leader is a barrister and partner at Leigh Day and specialises in international claims, group actions, environmental and human rights law. Over the past 25 years, Leigh Day has been involved in groundbreaking cases against parent companies on behalf of victims from the developing world who have sought redress for human rights abuses committed by British companies. The firm has represented claimants from Nigeria, Mozambique, South Africa, Kenya, Colombia, Peru, Bangladesh, Iraq and the Ivory Coast. Many of Leigh Day cases have reached the higher courts and set new precedents in English law for cross-jurisdictional litigation. In 2001 Dan was awarded the Bar Council's Sydney Elland Goldsmith award for his contribution to pro bono work in Africa. For an update on the Lafarge case taken by ECCHR and Sherpa: https://www.ecchr.eu/en/case/lafarge-in-syria-accusations-of-complicity-in-grave-human-rights-violations/
Daniel Leader is the author of Living Bread: Tradition and Innovation in Artisan Bread Making. In the 1980s, he left Manhattan to open his bakery, Bread Alone, in Hudson Valley and his first book, Bread Alone, won the IACP award for best baking book in 1994.**Featured recipes available on saltandspine.com.Full episode notes coming soon.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Daniel Leader is founder of Bread Alone Bakery and author of three outstanding books on bread and bakeries (in addition to being one of Mark's baking heroes!) His latest book, Living Bread, continues to inform local bakers via innovations in European baking and milling. In this episode, Mark and Daniel talk about the struggles the current micro-bakers face as they build businesses for the long term, in the context of the innovation he's seen in Europe. It's a challenging and compelling talk. Helpful Links: Daniel's Book: Living Bread Daniel Leader's website @danmakesbread on Instagram --- Bread Alone Bakery @breadalonebakery on Instagram --- Rise Up! The Baker Podcast website The Bakers4Bakers Community Mark's Blog, with the Bakernomics series Mark on Instagram Credits: Produced and hosted by Mark Dyck Theme song and music by Robyn Dyck Orange Boot Human logo by Fred Reibin
On this episode baker and author Daniel Leader joins me to talk about his new book Living Bread. We discuss his early bread education through the “backdoor school of baking” and the founding of his bakery, Bread Alone, in 1983. He shares his thoughts and experiences gained from nearly 40 years of baking and through his friendships with bakers from around the world and he tells us why he thinks we are just at the beginning of the local grain economy movement, here in America, and what it means for the future of artisan bread.
Chef Daniel Leader, Master Bread Maker Joins In to Discuss "Living Bread"
NWP welcomes Daniel Leader, Master Bread Maker! Living Bread is the major new cookbook by the pioneer from Bread Alone, Chef Daniel Leader. This new book will revolutionized American artisan bread baking, with 60 recipes inspired by bakers around the world.At twenty-two, Daniel Leader stumbled across the intoxicating perfume of bread baking in the back room of a Parisian boulangerie, and he has loved and devoted himself to making quality bread ever since. He went on to create Bread Alone, the now-iconic bakery that has become one of the most beloved artisan bread companies in the country. Today, professional bakers and bread enthusiasts from all over the world flock to Bread Alone's headquarters in the Catskills to learn Dan's signature techniques and baking philosophy.But though Leader is a towering figure in bread baking, he still considers himself a student of the craft. In this groundbreaking book, he offers a comprehensive picture of bread baking today for the enthusiastic home baker. With inspiration from a community of millers, farmers, bakers, and scientists, Living Bread provides a fascinating look into the way artisan bread baking has evolved and continues to change--from wheat farming practices and advances in milling, to sourdough starters and the mechanics of mixing dough. Influenced by art and science in equal measure, Leader presents exciting twists on classics such as Curry Tomato Ciabatta, Vegan Brioche, and Chocolate Sourdough. Sprinkled with anecdotes and evocative photos from Leader's own travels and encounters with artisans who have influenced him, Living Bread is a love letter, and a cutting-edge guide, to the practice of making "good bread." https://www.danleader.com/author