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A Recent Past - Georgian Bakery in Brooklyn, NY

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Uploaded on Apr 20, 2009

Badri isn't there, and this bread is gone, too. I made this video strictly for him and his shotis and khachapuris, so enjoy - but there's no "new address" for great Georgian bread in Brooklyn, NY so far. Different everything. It is history though, and it was spectacular while it lasted. I wish the new baker would follow Badri's recipe, I was told they have it.
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Badri makes Georgian (not in British, nor American sense) bread called "shotispuri", or "shoti", or just "khleb" ("bread" in Russian, but with a guttural "kh" - think Scottish "ch"). I think it's the best bread available to me. It's not organic or anything - just hot and delicious, and kicks ass, especially of those who profiteer by these treasonous pseudo-Uzbeki flatbreads that seem to be so ubiquitous these days. Badri also makes khachapuri, I thought you'd like to know. Google them, Wikipedia them, then come and have a taste ($5 khachapuri, $2 shoti/"khleb" as shown).

Shot with a PHOTOCAMERA impromptu, edited/processed/"upgraded" to HD in iMovie.
Soundtrack is a Georgian folk song "Kakhuri Mravalzhamieri" sung by Rustavi choir.

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