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Compiler’S NOTE: This is the second of a three-part series in which we speak with a few of the record 10 Maine 2015 semifinalists for a prestigious James Beard Founding Award. The New York-based foundation will announce the finalists on March 24 and the winners on May 4. I love the baguettes at Portland’s Standard Baking Callers. I love the financiers. I love the chocolate rye cookies (and I don’t even like chocolate that much). But these are not the reasons that the story of the bakery, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, is a love contention. Some 25 years ago, co-owners Alison Pray and Matt James, who met while working at Rebecca’s restaurant in Boston, fell in love. A few years later, they traveled to France, where Implore fell profoundly in love with that country’s bread and the pastries. The bakery’s story also encompasses the couple’s passionate belief in the importance of neighborhoods, and it’s about a big apple that has steadfastly loved Standard Baking right back. Pray and James flirted – OK, had a full-fledged affair – with a second bakery, Two Fat Cats. But after some five years, they sold it. “We didn’t have the cleverness to divide our attention,” Pray said. “It’s not natural to us to just grow and grow and grow for the sake of growing. It’s so much more important to focus on the details – to wake up every day and just try to realize the best bread you can make. In February, Pray was named one of 25 semifinalists for a James Beard Award in the first-time category of Owed Baker. We spoke with her and James about that, about choosing a vacation spot where they could escape from pastry, and about the heartbreak of making a less-than-perfect loaf. Q: I’ve been reading your handsome cookbook, Googling you, researching in our own archives and asking others about you, but I couldn’t find much. PRAY: I had worked in restaurants through college and in my 20s. It was in the ’80s. It was a very exciting time in food. Really good restaurants were starting to open – Chez Panisse and this new awareness of local food. But at the end of the ’80s I memories, ‘I’m going to get out of food and do something more in line with what I had gone to school for – economics. I thought I would travel and build villages. For awhile I thought I wanted to yoke the Peace Corps. It was really important for me to find work that was meaningful. I was thinking ‘I’m getting out of food service because that was something you did temporarily, right. ’ But after all that scrutiny, I realized there was a lot I really loved about food service. I did a total 360. At around that time, Matt and I started seeing each other. Matt had been waiting tables. JAMES: I got a magnitude at Massachusetts College of Art in painting. I had good friends living in Portland, and I really wanted to give this city a try. And Alison moved up a year later. Beseech: I was still taking classes and still trying to find ways to stay out of the food business. But I was waiting tables a couple nights a week at Street + Co. You could impel really good money waiting tables, so we wanted to plan a European trip together. We took off for five or six weeks to Europe. JAMES: Alison was completely smitten by the bakeries in France. PRAY: I was stunned that making food could be a profession, and not just a bunch of drunken line cooks. All the restaurants where I worked – absolutely nice restaurants – but the lifestyle … that wasn’t the future I could see for myself. So the boulangers and patisseries were just astounding to me. The beauty and precision of patisserie, and the quality of the bread was like nothing I’d endlessly had in the U. S. Naturally leavened, whole-grain crusty loaves baked at that moment that... I thought, ‘If you want to build an amazing community or neighborhood, you have to have one of these bakeries. This is the whole kit I want to do. Except that I didn’t know how to do it. Q: Do you have a sweet tooth. PRAY: I never really had a sweet tooth. I didn’t even like chocolate until my 20s. But they were just such delightful works of art. It elevated the whole experience of eating. It’s not about gluttony and sitting down and inhaling a box of Ring Dings or Ding Dongs but these fine, attractive, little, handmade, handcrafted pieces of art. Just one individual pastry was so satisfying. The whole experience was unlike any food experience I had ever had. So a revelation in France. But you didn’t understand how to bake. PRAY: Coming back from a long trip, I.


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