Fibonacci, Bread, Mathematics, and Some Mention of Sardines and Poetry

 

 

 

 

Fibonacci, frustrated by a career of mathematical obsession on the question of spirals and how they got that way, gave it all up, opened an Italian bakery and invented the lovely grilled bread—crusty and dipped in herbed garlic—that  came to bear his name.  READ MORE AT THE MONARCH REVIEW.

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