Dukkah is one of those genius inventions, which, when you try it and learn what it is, makes you wonder how you could possibly not have thought of this food before. It's so good, but it's extremely
Finally, there is a sourdough success to write about! If you don't know why that warrants an exclamation mark, have a look over here. For the past several weeks, I've been nourishing a new starter,
Too much time spent on the internet these days. Browsing recipes, food blogs, and pinterest has become an escape from the rest of the internet where terrible things are filling my feeds. These days
Last weekend, I made crackers. I used a recipe that I've used a few times before. I found it a while ago on the baker chick's blog, to where it, in turn, appears to have journeyed from Smitten
There has been a coming and going of friends around the holidays and in the new year. Some were sent off with a dinner. On the menu: chicken burgers with mediterranean flavors and roasted sweet
It's hard to believe that I haven't done a pizza post yet. Given that we make pizza maybe once a week in our house, I'll not even try to count the opportunities I have missed for doing this. The good
I've been taking a break from sourdough baking recently. It's a skill I so want to master, but I have been getting very limited motivational support from my past attempts at doing so. And being a
Last weekend, a friend of mine and I celebrated our birthdays with a birthday brunch. Both of us cooked things, and then a bunch of people came over to eat them and to hang out. It was pretty great.
Following the success of the sourdough bread from the Bread Feast, I was highly motivated to continue experimenting with sourdough breads. And so I began a more-than-month-long process of producing
My recent bread feast involved, among other breads, a fig & walnut loaf. It was made with Italian type 00 flour, dried mission figs and walnuts. It also had a thin, crisp, salty malt syrup crust.