Argo Georgian Bakery – Revisited

After reading about the Republic of Georgia in the "cooking vacations" portion of the May Gourmet Magazine, I couldn’t stop thinking about Argo Georgian Bakery.  I posted about my love of Argo over at Gapers Block on Friday and was lucky enough to make a trip up to Devon with Nick this afternoon. 

I haven’t made khachapuri in a long time, but I plan to soon.  The Georgian Feast by Darra Goldstein is the best Georgian cookbook available, in my opinion, and provides the recipe that I typically use.  However, you could also try Nigella Lawson’s recipe that The Traveler’s Lunchbox provides (along with some stunning photos) or the recipe published in the aforementioned issue of Gourmet.

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Amanda - I was waiting to try that cheesebread recipe from Gourmet. That photo is swoonworthy and the idea of cheese melted in with hot fresh bread is just so sinful!

Aran - I have never had it but just say bread and you catch my attention!

Toni - Funny, I live within walking distance and have never ventured inside. I will now, Thanks.

Evan Petrie - I’ve stopped in Argo a couple of times in the last two weeks and was delighted with the food and service both times. Highly recommended!

Sarah Burghardt - The Georgian Feast’s recipe involves refrigerating overnight. I’m much more a fan of the kind where you fry it, but definitely the Argo Georgian Bakery has AMAZING cheese bread.

Gemma - Amanda, it truly is the perfect match, to my mind.
Toni, I’m jealous! Though upon serious reflection, I think it is probably good that I can only visit infrequently.
Hi Aran, Evan, and Sarah!

Patti - Sounds delicious, I’ll definitely have to try Argo Georgian next time I’m down in the city.

gemma - Hi Patti, I absolutely love Argo. I hope you enjoy it when you visit. It is such a great little place and there is nothing else like it around. Your cupcakes look delicious by the way!

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