Bill Wanted White Rolls
My best friend Bill was coming for dinner. Bill likes white bread (no taste), I prefer whole wheat bread (tasty). As I was cooking, guess what he was going to get. However, She Who Must Be Obeyed likes Bill and informed me there would be white rolls. Continue reading Beginner’s Dinner Rolls
My friend, Linda, gave me her sourdough bread recipe. I made it in a previous post. It was designed to be French bread but I found it spread and made too short a loaf. I originally thought it was too slack a dough or the fact I used some whole wheat flour. However, Linda
told me her loaves weren’t very tall either. Continue reading Linda’s Sourdough Bread, Final Version
It is time for another batch of Linda’s Sourdough Biscuits. I did them with all white flour this time.
You will be seeing this a lot on my blog. Great biscuits. I even bought some jam to go on them today. I did make strawberry jam this spring but I gave a couple of jars away and I am now out.
The Old Fat Guy
I saw a recipe posted on the Instructables’ site that promised real sourdough bread. The sourdough taste, the chewy texture, and the crispy crunch. The whole deal. I had to try it. So, I got Sourdough Sam out and went to work. Continue reading Sourdough Bread, Instructables’ Site
She Who Must Be Obeyed treated me last night. She made a big tray of lasagna. I was assigned to make the garlic bread. Continue reading Garlic Bread
I have previously posted the Sourdough Biscuit Recipe from my friend Linda. They were terrific. Such a nice coating around tender moist biscuits. However, I love whole wheat. Continue reading Whole Wheat Sourdough Biscuits, A Canundrum
I wanted to give my sourdough starter, Sam, another workout. I was given another sourdough recipe by our friend, Linda. Continue reading Sourdough Bread, Slight Malfunction
Our friend, Linda, kindly gave me the recipe for her sourdough biscuits. Normally you have to wrestle someone to get a recipe this good. Thanks, Linda. Continue reading Sourdough Biscuits, Thanks Linda
This is my variation of the bread stuffing my mother used to make. The major difference is she stuffed it into the turkey and did any left over in a casserole on the side. I don’t stuff the large cavity in the turkey as I find it cooks better and there is less chance of contamination of the stuffing with salmonella. Instead, I cook it on its own in the oven. Continue reading Bread Stuffing
I tried my first sourdough project with my new starter, Sourdough Sam. It was a success in that the muffins were incredible. They had a great taste and texture but I did coward out and used a touch of yeast and will do some things differently next time. Continue reading Sourdough English Muffins, Sourdough Sam’s First Bake