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JIM LAHEY and ADAM GERTLER

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JIM LAHEY  studied sculpture before learning the art of bread baking in Italy. In New York City, he opened Sullivan Street Bakery in 1994 and Co., his first pizza restaurant, in 2009. Lahey and his businesses have been featured in "Bon Appétit," "Saveur," "Vogue," and "The New York Times," and he has appeared on the "Martha Stewart Show" and NBC’s "Today" show. His innovative no-knead bread recipe that ignited a worldwide home-baking revolution was first published in an article by Mark Bittman in "The New York Times" in 2006. This article became the basis of Lahey’s first cookbook, "My Bread: The Revolutionary No-Work, No-Knead Method," and now his newly-released, "My Pizza: The Easy No-Knead Way to Make Spectacular Pizza at Home."
 
ADAM GERTLER is a cook, an entertainer and a full-time food enthusiast.  As the charismatic star of Food Network’s "Kid in a Candy Store" and "Will Work for Food," his playful sense of humor and willingness to do anything for a great meal earned him fans across the country.  He has also appeared on "The Best Thing I Ever Ate," "Chefs vs. City," and the upcoming "The Best Thing I Ever Made," and was a finalist on Season Four of Food Network’s breakaway hit "The Next Food Network Star."
The busy Adam returns to Art of Living to update us on his newest venture, "Gertler's Wurst," an online sausage company, his pop-up dining and upcoming "Gertler's Kitchen" restaurant plans. 

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