I assume I am not alone in finding bread-making both fascinating and scary. It is a simple process, but for some reason the thought of starting bread would paralyze me. The other thing that would keep me from starting was the idea that I had to make sourdough, and keep feeding a starter. That sounds like work. I am not sure I can keep track of how many times I told Sarah “I am going to learn to make bread” and then never did. That changed a few weeks ago, and since then I have made a few successful loaves using a simple recipe I found online. Of course, once successful, I had to tweak things! Click through to learn how to make this simple, rustic bread as well as a few tips on how to change things up to make even more-interesting breads!Read More »Simple Rustic Bread as Base for Exploration
Last year I wanted to mix it up with holiday baking, and came across a recipe for Swedish cardamom bread.… Read More »Swedish Cardamom Bread is a delicious holiday treat that makes a great gift.
Over the years, we’ve adapted our holiday traditions to fit the holiday elements that we value most, namely: spending quality… Read More »Holiday Traditions: Family, friends, and feasts
This Vermont Maple Cornbread is perfect with spicy butternut squash soup, but also compliments any hearty chili or stew. The maple syrup adds richness without making it too sweet.
For some time now I’ve been searching for a Black Forest Stollen recipe that is authentically German and not overly… Read More »Black Forest Stollen is a Great Holiday Bread