Third time is a charm. This recipe is proving pretty darn fail-safe. Made Caprese with Prosciutto sandwiches for the fireworks on the 4th.
My second attempt. (First batch was devoured before photos could be taken) Surprisingly easy and just 2 hours from start to finish equals instant gratification (for bread, that is). Hands-on time less than 10 min. Used Paul Hollywood’s recipe.
Made these mini cheesecakes for a holiday party, rather than one large one. Made cooking time more manageable and and the leftovers were easily packaged for a few lucky party-goers to take home.
For the very first time, I have made what I consider a perfect sourdough, in texture/crumb and taste. Visually, a bit unruly, but I was thrilled. Have made a batch since, and it was not as good. I think I know what I did wrong, and will test it again and post my findings.
Otherwise known as Challah. My 9 year-old daughter asked that we bake it last night, and the store-bought dough was not what she envisioned. At all. So…homemade it was, and Julia came to the rescue with a delicious recipe.
Decided to deep clean my fridge the other day, and consolidate the condiments. There were far too many un-expired jars partially filled. What to do? Make bread. 🍞 🙂
Per my daughter’s request for something more ‘normal.’ Apparently, the charcoal sourdough is on the banned list. No idea why…