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Beard Bread

Beard Bread

I’ve been making some very successful bread lately using the Artisan Bread in Five Minutes technique. I can’t lie, the bread tastes great and is certainly convenient. I’ve taken the original recipe and have been experimenting with adding some whole wheat flour, and the most recent batch I also added some flax seed meal, which […]

Rustic Apple Pie

Rustic Apple Pie

Dr. Fiance and I aren’t doing Thanksgiving at home this year, and while I feel like I should be making something festive I’m certainly not going to practice making a turkey. At least not this year. So I decided that I might as well take a shot at making an American classic, the apple pie. […]

Five Minute Artisan Bread Follow-up

Five Minute Artisan Bread Follow-up

I was chatting over IM with a friend about my exciting new artisan bread in five minutes I’d just made with virtually no effort, and the following thought occurred to me: why isn’t everyone who bakes bread using this technique? Why NOT remove all that tedious kneading from the process and why NOT get the […]

Artisan Bread in

Artisan Bread in “Five Minutes”

On Monday I picked up a copy of Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day, and after reading about half of it Monday night in bed I woke up Tuesday determined to become a master baker in five minutes. And not a second more, damn it, because I’m an American and we’re impatient! Artisan Bread […]

Beer and Coffee Morning After Bread

Beer and Coffee Morning After Bread

Ok, so you wake up in the morning with a screaming headache and your tongue stuck to the pillow. You crawl out of bed and on your way to the kitchen you pass the wreckage from the night before: beer bottles, coffee cups, bottle caps and magazines that litter your coffee table. You stumble into […]

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