Category: Bread

Bruschetta has been around for a long time, like 15th century long time. It originated, of course, somewhere in central Italy. The word bruschetta is derived from the word brucare which is of Roman dialect and means "to roast over the coals". (Thanks Wik… more »
This is yet another quality recipe from The Bread Baker's Apprentice by Peter Reinhardt. When I saw that our friend Stefanie at Hefe und mehr chose Sweet Breads as this months Bread Baking Day, I knew this was what I was going to make. The title of the r… more »
Due to the many and varied ways in which all you bread bakers out there name/size you images, I decided to leave them all in native resolution, except those too big to fit in my content area w/o being distorted. I couldn't believe how many submissions t… more »
Well, normally Nick writes the posts on this blog about our forays in bread baking. He has a much better understanding of bread baking and the science behind it. However, we made this focaccia together, and somehow I got the task of writing a post for it… more »
The tree of perfection is a thorny bitch to climb. However, when one does, through perseverance and sheer will reach the zenith - the view is breathtaking. I am of the belief that it is possible for an apt home cook to replicate or better *MOST* of the… more »
I don't think I need to wax poetic about the benefits of fresh homemade sandwich rolls, so I won't. I'll just say that a fresh roll can turn a good sandwich into a great sandwich, which you already know. I made these rolls for pulled BBQ chicken sandw… more »

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