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Wild Pull-apart Bread (BBB September 2019)

Monday, September 16th, 2019

summary: Nailed it! …do as I say, not as I did; recipe for Wild Pull-apart Bread; or is it called ‘share and tear’? …a Bread Baking Babes (BBB) project; bookmarked recipe; Sourdough September; Bread Baking Babes’ Wild Pull-apart Bread, September 2019 …pull-apart bread. I can eat this all day! – Monica Khoo, FB Sourdough Bread […] Continue reading »

If at first you don’t succeed…

Thursday, September 12th, 2019

summary: attempt at making wild bread with only white flour; it turns out that our Jane Mason wild starter is a picky eater, but at least it isn’t insisting on being gluten-free; it’s Sourdough September Baking with sourdough is a life-long journey and every day is exciting, […] and once you make your starter you […] Continue reading »

Out in the Wild for Sunshine Bread (BBB August 2019)

Monday, August 19th, 2019

summary: recipe for Wild Sunshine Bread, baked on the barbecue; sigh – late, again…; unhelpful weather office; information about Bread Baking Babes; Bread Baking Babes (BBB): Sourdough Sunshine Bread Let the sun shine in! When Cathy told us that this month’s BBBabe bread would be, I immediately knew we would be baking it in the […] Continue reading »

Yet more miracles!!

Tuesday, August 13th, 2019

summary: Borlotti (aka Romano) bean harvest; thieving cat; breaking rules; garden triumphs and failures; The Swiss chard, Scarlet runner beans, Romano beans, Cranberry beans, and various herbs (including dill that self-seeded!) are doing well. Maybe my thumb is losing some of its black colour and turning green!   – me, blog from OUR kitchen | […] Continue reading »

More miracles!

Tuesday, July 30th, 2019

summary: wild yeast fears; expiry dates; bread just wants to be bread; no photographic evidence; back to basics using text only; looking back to the good old days; The other day, we decided in the morning that we would be having naan, which meant that once again, I’d have to use commercial yeast. Waaaah!! Now […] Continue reading »

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