Getting some snow tomorrow. This Savory Portobello Bread – with portobello mushroom, green onions, garlic, and capers – is a nice send-off to fall and a hearty, savory welcome to winter.
When the world is upside down, do something that brings you joy… like baking these Chipotle Fig Baguettes (the sweetness of figs and honey combined with the smoky bite of dried chipotle pepper is awesome!).
I wish I could take a picture of the smell of bread. The lemon zest and orange juice give this Sweet Cranberry Cashew Bread a delightful zing. Hoowee, is it tasty.
My wife went out of town recently and left some beautiful little sweet peppers on the counter. They were getting just a titch wrinkly and so naturally I thought, “I should make bread with those.”
Based on my Mom’s Millet Breadsticks… you can serve these breadsticks as an hors d’oeuvre, with or without a dip, to accompany soups, or as a substitute for dinner rolls. My 12 year-old says they’re awesome dipped in milk.
A savory loaf engineered to make the best tasting toast you’ll ever have. To make it look fancy and add a tiny bit of flavor, I sprinkled the top of the loaf with Parmesan cheese.
A variation of my Chia Farro Seed & Grain Bread which is a variation on Mom’s Full-Grain Bread which is a variation on the “Poulsbo Bread” from a bakery in Poulsbo, Washington.
This bread is loosely based on my Mom’s Full-Grain Bread from “The Bread Book.” I used a bunch of ‘spare parts’ ingredients laying around including chia seeds, whole grain farro, and millet flour.
Because of the favorable chemical reaction between onions and yeast, onions are known as a “friend of yeast.” Whenever “a friend” is used, you can expect more volume, and a moister texture. This bread makes terrific loaves for sandwiches.