France Mourns a Master Baker

People from all points of the globe delight in the crusty bread baked by Lionel Poilane, who died in a helicopter crash this week. Poilane's daughters will keep the business — and their father's memory — alive. NPR's Scott Simon and Alice Furlaud remember the master baker.

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