What do you need to know about this one? Have you made it? What do we need to know?
PS – I was lucky enough to receive an advance copy of the book. This is the first thing I made from the book. Then I made it again. It is amazingly simple and SO delicious.
Looking forward to toasted homemade rye bread for breakfast! Any questions or advice?
Have you tried these yet? What do you know? What do you need to know?
Sounds interesting, and delicious. Any questions or advice?
We have a rewind coming up on Tuesday! Are you making up a missed recipe or revisiting a favorite from one of the books? If you have any questions, I bet someone can help.
Have you done this before? The idea of rolling make you nervous? What do you need to know? How can we help you?
Here is a link that shows Dorie making the cake. So cool!
**You can post after Christmas if you are making it for the holiday.
Chocolate and mint…one of my favorite combos. Any questions or advice?
Here’s a video of the episode.
So, what do you need to know? What tips/hints/tricks do you have for us? Here’s the place to chat!
The Walnut Bread recipe (pages 121-122) is a riff on the Mixed-Starter Bread recipe (pages 113-120), so we think you should be able to take your pick of either (of course you can make both, if you’re really ambitious) for the December 2 posting. Choose your own bread adventure!
Any questions or advice?
Here’s a video of the Mixed-Starter Bread episode.
Any tips or tricks? Have you tried this already? Need some advice? Here’s the place to get it!
**Please feel free to post any time after the 27th. We chose this recipe with Thanksgiving in mind. If that’s when you are serving it, leave your link after that.