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baking

baking – savoury and sweet

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Kürtőskalács – Chimney Cakes (BBB April 2020)

Saturday, April 18th, 2020

summary: recipe for Kürtőskalács(ish) (Chimney Cakes); flaunting traditions; replacing the egg; fixing errors; still staying at home; various grocery store prices; information about Bread Baking Babes; Bread Baking Babes (BBB): Kürtőskalács – Chimney Cakes Oh dear. Late again… but, but, but, I baked on time!! See? Here is the proof: I’ve had chimney cakes bookmarked […] Continue reading »

Still Staying at Home…

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

summary: needless panic buying; no yeast? make your own; alternative: make no-yeast breads; DIY project: grocery store masks; There’s no danger of flour running out. The industry has access to grain, has capacity, and will produce products our customers/consumers want as fast as we can -Christopher Clark, vice president of communications for the North American […] Continue reading »

Potato Pavé with Goat Cheese and Thyme (BBB March 2020)

Monday, March 16th, 2020

summary: recipe for Potato Pavé; substituting egg with flax; how to get a crispy crust; coping during a pandemic?! hand washing techniques; information about Bread Baking Babes; “…’ware the Ides of March”   Wash your hands! Wash your hands! Wash your hands! With the constant public notices for us to keep social distance, as well […] Continue reading »

Tartine variation: light rye with red miso (bookmarked)

Thursday, March 5th, 2020

summary: adding rye flour and miso to Chad Robertson’s Tartine bread; recipe for light rye with red miso, inspired by Gontran Cherrier’s Pain au Seigle et Miso; converting recipes; how long to preheat with our new (to us) oven Bookmarked Recipe: Miso-Rye Bread Not long ago, in the BBBabes’ FB group, Scott D mentioned that […] Continue reading »

Can this be true?!

Monday, March 2nd, 2020

summary: breaking down; saying goodbye to an old friend; So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, goodbye I leave and heave a sigh and say goodbye Goodbye! Look! It’s a miracle!! We LOVED our vintage (1970? 1965??) McClary stove that came with the house when we bought it – way back in the last century. It served […] Continue reading »

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