Thanks so much Beccacrocker for all your experiments with these rolls! A little background… we have been trying to get perfect holiday rolls for a couple of years now. We love the rolls served at the Lion House restaurant in
Pita bread is a staple in our home. I grew up outside Detroit, Michigan and pita bread was always available. I can not stand the really bready and flavorless pita bread sold at most grocery stores so I choose to
We love to make fresh baguettes at home. So delicious warm out of the oven! The ingredients are very simple – unbleached bread flour, instant yeast, fine sea salt and water.
This past summer I got hooked on mini cornbread muffins from Jason’s Deli. So crunchy and sweet! This recipe is not an exact clone of the Jason’s Deli mini cornbread muffins but they come pretty close. Be generous with the
I love making shaped loaves of bread for my kids. I used to do this all the time when I was in the “toddler phase.” These loaves make the most perfect sized slice of bread for a toddler size sandwich.
I grew up eating New York style bagels. They are chewy and do not resemble anything you buy at national bagel chains or grocery stores. At a small scale bakery the dough is made on a daily basis and not
This winter I bought a new cast iron pot, just so I could try out this famous NY Times recipe. This recipe is so easy – everyone should try it! The hardest part is locating a cast iron pot that
Homemade buns require so few ingredients and are so much better than store-bought buns. I think of my sister Rebecca when I make these… when she had 3 kids under age 4 at home she decided one day that it
White Sandwich Bread 6 cups warm water 1/3 cup honey 2 rounded Tablespoons instant yeast* 2 Tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon salt 2 cups powdered milk 1 stick salted butter, softened 15-16 cups bread flour Place warm water (110-115 degrees F)
This recipe makes a 9 x 13 of soft bread sticks to serve 8 people. It is a smaller version of a breadstick recipe I made in September. I love making breadsticks in my food processor because it kneads in