In these uncertain times, we see many people resort to the comforting and gratifying art of baking. We have always been baking through good and bad times, but never have we felt the significance of it more than in the last weeks. We are lucky in many ways. Lucky in what we have and where we live and being able to bake our own bread… [Read More...]
For a while now, we have been having fun making the French fougasse. This bread and the crust to crumb ratio is just perfect to accompany all kinds of spreads, dips and soups. This is basically a straight yeast dough bread, but to add some more… [Read More...]
Next to the shape, the most distinguishing element of this bread is the addition of the nigella. These seeds have a very distinctive flavor and smell. Some say these black seeds taste like a combination of … [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...]
Imagine making a dough that looks like pancake batter, but acts like silky bread dough. Imagine a bread moist and tender and velvety in your mouth.
We think making our focaccia with this ciabatta dough was one of the better baking ideas we had over… [Read More...]