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Recipe 4: Rosemary olive oil bread

Aside from cinnamon rolls, this focaccia is the only yeast bread I’ve ever been really successful with at home. That’s probably because it gets help from loads of olive oil and a marvelous little baker’s trick called a preferment (aka sponge, a nickname that sounds sort of like a birth control device). 717 more words

Recipe Testing

Curry in a hurry?

I have to write down the recipe for this curry that I made last week.  Because it is amazing and because I have this insatiable need to share! 12 more words

Food

Scandinavian Baking: a review, part two

Welcome to part two of my review of Scandinavian Baking by Trine Hahnemann. I’ve managed to get through another two sections of the book – … 600 more words

In The Kitchen

Recipe Testing - Mac & Cheese with Cauliflower

Nathan and I tested a couple of recipes over the weekend. This one was adapted from the Shells and White Cheddar recipe from shemakesandbakes.com. I added cauliflower to the pasta to make it more nutritious. 76 more words

Process

Recipe Testing - Breakfast Toast Cups

Over the weekend my brother and I made a couple recipes that I would like to include in the cookbook that will be given to students in the goody box. 72 more words

Workshop

The Lucy Waverman Experience

Post #4 by 2014-15 student blogger Eli Silverthorne

Sound communication skills are valuable in any occupation. This is especially true of chefs, whose primary mission is to implement their creative vision through the hands of others (their kitchen team and brigade). 991 more words

Student Posts

Chocolate Caramel Layer Cake

The first Downton Abbey dessert of the season.

I don’t know if I mentioned it, but I am a recipe tester for America’s test kitchen. This is where I got the recipe. 9 more words

Downton Abbey Dessert