A flavorful, full-bodied loaf of bread, perfect for savory sandwiches.
Golden Yellow Corn Muffins
Complement your Thanksgiving menu with these pillowy soft and moist corn muffins. They have just the right size, contain no sugar, and taste especially good when made with good quality olive oil. If you prefer a more neutral flavor, replace olive oil with canola, vegetable, or sunflower oil.
Potato Bread (made with raw potatoes)
The raw and very finely grated potatoes give this bread a unique, tangy flavor and excellent freshness. The addition of whole-grain wheat and rye flour makes the crust chewy and each slice pleasantly satisfying.
Polish Poppy Seed Buns (Pieguski)
Soft and fluffy Polish buns with poppy seed, sometimes referred to as Pieguski, the freckled ones. They taste the best fluffy and fresh out of the oven or toasted, preferably topped with butter and orange marmalade.
German Cinnamon Rolls (Zimtschnecken)
Authentic German cinnamon rolls; soft, fluffy and slightly sticky, with a intense cinnamon flavor and a simple apricot glaze.
Marmellata di Ciliege (Italian Cherry Preserves)
Make a batch while the fruit is still in season and enjoy on fresh bread, with a croissant or as a topping over ice cream.
The braided shape certainly isn’t the classic brioche shape, the dough would take in France, where it’s generally presented in its tradional fluted form, with a “knot” on top. However, it’s a delicious variation. A bit sweeter than my Brioche Overnight or the classic Brioche à Tête (Brioche Parisienne), it tastes the best with butter […]
Crusty Cloche Bread
This mild-tasting, chewy, white bread takes full advantage of a covered cloche stoneware baker.
Mastering the Art of French Bread Baking. Part 2. Bâtard.
It’s not a boule, it’s not a baguette. It’s a bastard.
Soft and fluffy like a pillow. Prepare the dough in the evening and enjoy the best brioche ever for breakfast, brunch or as a snack.