I’m seriously in love with Challah, and my husband encourages this affair. What’s not to love? It tastes so good, and (pardon me while I become a kitchen nerd here) I can use my oven’s proofing function. It took some tweaking of several other recipes to come up with a version I liked, and this it. Always a hit.
A tasty bread from an all-purpose dough. Heat up a bread stone and bake.
A super-satisfying stuffed bread.
Upscale it with pretty folds and plated service … or make it casual, handheld fare.
On Mother’s Day my eldest step-daughter and I channeled our inner artists. You can, too. Take basic artisan bread dough and turn it into something beautiful and delicious! It is sure to add color and flair to any meal or hors d’oeuvre spread.
My love of Indian cuisine and artisan bread collide when I discover a naan made from artisan bread dough using an electric stovetop cooking method.
Artisan bread in 5 minutes a day? What could go wrong? A kitchen disaster defers date night and creates a very expensive loaf of bread. But there’s a happy ending with an Easter brunch date.
It may be National Poetry Month, but it looks more like National Bread Making Month at my home, thanks to an inspiring artisan bread dough recipe.
My husband’s trip to the store and my love of spinach and artisan bread spawned an elegant and delectable braided, filled whole wheat bread loaf.
Whether you’re doing a couples thing or a small Galentines event, this cake will fit the bill—a dark chocolate mess of happiness … and healthiness! Don’t celebrate “Hallmark holidays”? This cake is still worth a try. After all, dark chocolate is good for your heart.
What a great magic trick: this substantial muffin tastes sweet enough to be a cupcake but packs a punch of magic—zucchini—to help get those vegetable servings even in something that feels like a splurge. And if you want to splurge, ice them and make them magic cupcakes!