This bread has been two years in the making, mainly in our heads and more recently in our ovens. We are truly very happy with this recipe. It was inspired by a phrase in Dutch that goes ‘Ouwe jongens krentenbrood’, which translates as… [Read More...]
Maybe you know them from a holiday in Brittany or Normandy, tasty French sablé cookies with a gentle crunch and delicious buttery taste. ‘Sable’ actually means… [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...]
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...]
As a child I loved this dark, moist rye bread, which in Holland we call Frisian Rye bread (Fries roggebrood, our version of a pumpernickel).
I never thought that one day I would make it myself and the result would be so rewarding! You have to be patient with this one, because it takes about 10 hours… [Read More...]