I love a good story. This recipe has all the ingredients of a good hero quest: departure, initiation, return, and mashed potatoes.
“I donned my trusty apron and flew into the kitchen.” Read the newest episode in the heroic exploits of your humble home baker as he makes bread with burnt sweet potatoes.
Anise Lemon pee-KAHN Bread. Not PEE-can. As my Mom, a proper Southern Belle, used to say to her New England friends… a PEE-can is what you put under your bed at night. Silly Yankees.
“They have a pleasing mouth feel.” Real quote from my sister-in-law Colleen. She’s a horticulturist. She knows her oats.
Here, I’ve prepared a tweet for you: “Wonderful egg braid w/ #coffee flour, super seeds & ancient grains #quinoa #millet #buckwheat #hemp #amaranth #chia #flax @bluebowlbreads”. You are welcome.
Was thinking about sliced pears and blue cheese on whole wheat crackers the other day. And then I stopped because I was thinking about pears and blue cheese in a yummy bread recipe!
Za’atar is a condiment made from a combination of dried herbs such as ground dried thyme, oregano, and marjoram mixed with toasted sesame seeds, salt, and other spices such as sumac. A complex and savory loaf. Much like the baker himself.
When I was 17 years old, I worked in the kitchen at Camp Orkila on Orcas Island with a woman named Kris Parker who taught me the ancient technique of making cold pizza…
Becca and I love to go to 15 Church, a restaurant here in Saratoga Springs. The other day, they served a semolina crisp with sesame, caraway, and poppy seeds… ooh yummy!
The taste of sourdough, red wine, and a dash of pepper: a stately, robust loaf with a thick crust and a smooth aromatic crumb. Look at me sounding all fancy pants.