I had a tweet asking me if I make croissants (Hi, Susan). I hadn’t made croissants in decades but now I wanted some! So, here is my blog post making Croissants. It may seem hard but if you follow along step by step, none of the procedures are difficult. Even I can do it. Continue reading Croissants
There are two kinds of Focaccia in my opinion. Light and bread like versus soft and chewy. Both have their charms and supporters. The last post I did of Focaccia is more of the bread type. This time, I decided to go for the one with more substance and made Garlic Focaccia. Continue reading Garlic Focaccia
One of the downsides to keeping a sourdough starter is that they have to be fed weekly. This means taking some of the starter out and replacing it with flour and water. Either you need to use the starter you take out or throw it away. I just can’t bring myself to throw it away so I am always looking for ways to use. So, I converted a bagel recipe to sourdough and made Sourdough Honey Bagels. Continue reading Sourdough Honey Bagels
I have made Sourdough English Muffins before but I decided to try and get a bit more of a sponge effect so the butter will soak in even more. This is the results of my experimenting. Continue reading Sourdough English Muffins
It was Super Bowl Sunday. You have to have something you can eat in front of the TV. Pizza is the perfect food. I had been wanting to try a different sourdough pizza crust that would have a bit more bite to it. This is the Sourdough Pizza I made.
The problem with most hamburger buns is that they are too large in my opinion. Either you buy the horrible pasty ones in the supermarket or you buy a higher quality bun and it is twice the size. I like a bun that has a nice flavour, a good chew and isn’t so big you don’t notice the burger or other sandwich filling. These Sourdough Onion Buns fit the bill. Continue reading Sourdough Onion Burger Buns