Sourdough Rye

I’m getting back into my post Holiday baking with this lovely boule of sourdough rye bread. The addition of caraway seeds is optional, but I highly recommend the addition of orange zest. It adds a slight fruitiness to the bread that nicely compliments the bitterness of the rye and the tang of the sourdough. For…

Sourdough Pretzel Bites

I made a batch of these bites last week for some election night nibbles, and I realized I haven’t yet shared this recipe with you. I cranked out hundreds of these last year, during the 2019 wedding season, as late night snacks. At this point, I can almost bake them in my sleep! This is…

Fresh Dill Crispbread

More DILL! Last week it was dill pickles and dilly beans, this week I sandwiched fresh dill into my fennel crispbreads. I used my pasta machine to get these nice and thin, and I folded in the dill using the same method one would use for creating handkerchief pasta. I used my wild yeast starter…

Kouign-amann

Kouign-amann, sometimes referred to as a Breton Cake in deference to it’s origins, Brittany, is one of the most delightful pastries I have ever come across – caramel crusted bread, laminated with pockets of buttery sweetness – who could resist? I think the best way to describe kouign-amann is as a cross between a croissant…