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According to Wikipedia, the first written reference to bagels dates to 1610 in Kraków, Poland. Jewish immigrants brought bagels to the new world where slightly different versions became established in New York and Montréal. 1,010 more words


French Toast Stack with Maple Syrup

I’ve seen posts about Baked French Toast and always wondered how it tastes, so today was that day that I would give it a go. I normally fry my eggy bread so I was intrigued. 173 more words


The Rye Baker

I received this fantastic book for Christmas which has encouraged me further to explore the potential of rye flours.

All-rye formulae are really quite hard to handle, so I’ve eased myself in a bit with a rye-wheat mixture. 85 more words


Braided Cheesey Bread

Combining my love for cheese and bread together…

The layers of cheese and bread make it hard just have one bite of this!

The dough is rolled with cheese, so you end up with nice layers of cheese and bread together. 558 more words



It’s currently beyond cold! Even here in Arizona it’s so cold I finally had to bust out my trusty mini-heater and once again dig my cold soul into some soup. 1,453 more words

How To

Traditional Boule Loaf

This week I baked a traditional boule loaf from The Larousse Book of Bread. It’s the first recipe I’d made from this book, and the first time I’d made bread using a sourdough starter.   1,066 more words

Bread And Buns

Skillet Cornbread

This Cajun-style cornbread is easily made without wheat flour and so is perfect for those avoiding gluten. I like to use a mixture of yellow cornmeal and masa harina. 232 more words