Home baked bread was a staple in my childhood home. For Mom, it was an all-day process. Mixing, rising, kneading, rising, kneading, shaping, kneading some more. After doing it a few times over the years myself, I decided to spring for a bread maker. My particular machine does a great job, when the dough doesn’t over-rise creating crater-head. Ultimately, the best way to make homemade bread really is to do make it with your own two hands. Continue Reading
Without an accompanying picture, you might think one of the ingredients of this bread recipe is panda. But WITH the image we see that the tasty treat is bread that LOOKS like a panda. It’s so cute, I’d want to cuddle it before I ate it. But that’s me. For the recipe and assembly instructions, visit Perfect Pandas.
Welcome to the first installment of Get Nested, my fall series with Curbly. I find myself entertaining much more during the fall and winter seasons, and wanted to offer some helpful tips and recipes to you to help make your entertaining season as seamless as possible.
Aromatic mulling spices make your home smell amazing and give it a warm and welcomeing feel. To make your own, add a teaspoon of cinnamon, cloves, and/or nutmeg to a pot of water. Continue Reading
This one goes into the why?-because-you-can file : Toasty pâte brisée serving utensils and ramekin. Bread bowls? Ha!
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