Sourdough bread; one of the great mysteries of the world. How can a humble combination of flour and water come together to create a loaf of bread full of delicious complex flavors, densely rich in nutrients and surprisingly resistant to mold? Let’s discuss. I’m not a food scientist (and I don’t play one on TV). … More Sourdough Bread, Part 1: Creating a Starter from Scratch
Behind every great brisket…every awesome rack of ribs…every outstanding pork butt…is a dinner roll ready to become a glorious BBQ sandwich or at the very least a tasty tool for catching the last bits of juice and sauce on the plate. I know grocery stores offer a variety of soft rolls and buns that seem to fit … More Perfectly Soft Dinner Rolls
Cheryl here and I’m happy to join you on the blog today with one of my favorite “go to” bread recipes. It just so happens that Friday was World Bread Day. Who knew? Not me, but I won’t argue with any good reason to celebrate a category of food that’s been feeding the masses for 30,000 years. … More Happy Belated World Bread Day!