Tag Archives: Bread

Sourdough Bread and Roasted Peppers

Yesterday was a very busy day.  Can’t believe I got so much done, but two of the best things you can see above! In a propitious confluence of events, our local ethnic market had all the peppers in the colors … Continue reading

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Open Door Wheat Bread

I make mostly sourdough French batons for our “daily bread”, but once in a while I get a hankerin’ for plain ol’ whole wheat bread to have for morning toast. This loaf came out perfectly, if a bit dense.  I … Continue reading

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Chicken and Sausage Soup

This was the end of the line for several dinners and lunches. I kept adding this and that to the soup, and each iteration seemed more delicious than the last. The focaccia was the star of this show, though, smartly … Continue reading

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Overnight Boule

Boule, from the French for “ball”, is a traditional shape of French bread, resembling a squashed ball. It is a rustic loaf shape that can be made of any type of flour. A boule can be leavened with commercial yeast, … Continue reading

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Provolone Pizza

  That bruschetta is pure gold for turning something ordinary into something that really sings! A slice of provolone on each piece of leftover pizza, topped with a generous amount of the bruschetta, provided a wonderful lunch the next day.  … Continue reading

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Lickety-Split Rustic Dinner Rolls

The key word here is “rustic”!  These are not to be confused the gorgeous Parkerhouse Rolls, but they taste just about the same to me. This is one of the few things for which I actually use a recipe.  I … Continue reading

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Breakfast Brown Bread – with seeds

Inspired by all of the delicious-looking brown breads that I see at Schnippelboy, I ventured out.  I started with a recipe for Anadama Bread and added a lot of seeds, probably too many. I look forward to having a slice this morning … Continue reading

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