During the holiday season, I love baking and giving bread to my friends and family as presents. Most of the time, I place the bread on a disposable plate or sealed in a Ziploc bag. But few things look as unappetizing as lumpy loaf of bread wrapped in plastic wrap. This year I want to make my bread look as good as it tastes. To do that, I’ll have to properly wrap bread for gifting.
Do you have Amish friendship starter that you don't know what to do with? Try my Amish Double Chocolate Chip Bread recipe. It's fast and easy.
Want to make bread for your friends and family? This Amish Friendship Bread is a fun, easy recipe that you can make and share with everyone on a regular basis.
If you liked my same-day artisan-style white bread, why not give my whole wheat variation a go? This recipe is a great choice for beginning bakers who want to try their hand at artisan-style loaves.
Gluten raises a lot of questions among beginning bakers. Here's a quick guide to what it is and which flours have the most (and least) amounts of gluten.
Long, cold proofs are the best method for developing sourdough flavor. I set out to see just how long I could let my bread ferment with this naturally leavened artisan bread recipe.
Want to use up some sourdough starter? Craving something sweet and summery? Try this lemon poppy seed bread. It's a dessert bread that comes together in just over an hour.
Ready for another gluten free recipe? Well, you asked, and I answered. Here is my honey almond flour bread. Nutty with a hint of honey, it comes together in under an hour.
Struggling to bake bread during the summer? I have a few tips that will make things a little easier.
I love pastrami on rye. So I thought I'd make my own wheat and rye sourdough bread.