This is a journey to find the ultimate panettone recipe, like we did with our croissants. So we start the panettone adventure this Christmas. We included the initial recipe that has already given us the fluffiest of breads… [Read More...]
You could call this our version of a ‘kletzenbrot’ but without the ‘kletzen’. Kletzen is the Austrian word for a type of dried pear. We can highly recommend making it in the weeks leading up to Christmas. You can make a few loaves… [Read More...]
The last few months we have been making quite a lot of these loaves. We made them with tiny variations and alterations, experimenting with flour, water, times and temperature and above all quantities. We even developed a hybrid version for the baker in a bit of a hurry. [Read More...]
Simplicity is key for this recipe. I think flatbreads, from all over the world, be it naan, chapati, lavash, pita, or tunnbröd from the Nothern regions are mend to be everyday, unsophisticated and natural. They are old fashion fast food and that is why making them… [Read More...]
We started this recipe as a one-off experiment, thinking the result would not be that interesting, compared to the other bread recipes we know and love. But the end result really surprised…
This recipe has a handy dough calculator! Check it out… [Read More...]
Plan ahead for this recipe because it is going to take 4 days from start to finish. Perfect for a very long weekend of baking.
This recipe is based on the San Francisco Sour Dough recipe from Peter Reinhart’s latest book ‘Artisan breads every day’. But of course, as you may know by now, I have made my own version… [Read More...]
I find these mini boules are the perfect little breads for two or to accompany a nice family meal or dinner with friends. You can share one with some soup or dip it in a gooey Camembert out of the oven. They also make an original little present. Another advantage mentioned by one of our bread friends: there’s more crust to enjoy! [Read More...]
Probably made most famous by Parisian baker Poilâne the miche can be defined as a very large rustic sourdough bread, usually a round loaf made from a natural leavening that also has a high percentage of whole wheat flour in it. Its very large size with low crust to crumb ratio means… [Read More...]
Do you need a bit of encouragement to start making a super healthy whole wheat loaf? Awful childhood memories like me of stale and even rancid bread? Get out and buy the best fresh! organic whole wheat you can find and give this loaf a chance! It is nothing like your memories, it is about … [Read More...]
This little clip shows you how to shape your dough into a boule (round or ball shaped bread).
In the clip Ed uses the technique with a wholewheat sourdough / levain 68% hydration dough. The aim of this technique is to create tension on the outer… [Read More...]