First off let me say: this is NOT a sourdough bread recipe. It’s not a no-knead recipe. It’s not a Dutch oven recipe. This is just straight up mix it all together, rise, shape, bake free-form post. You want a consistent loaf of bread for toast, sandwiches, etc.? Here you go.
I know what you’re thinking, it’s too soon for another bread recipe. I actually had another post already started but made this bread on a whim and was so blown away by it and the method, I felt compelled to shelve the other and instead post about Pan Bigio. This rustic, whole wheat peasant breadContinue reading “Pan Bigio – Rustic Italian Wheat Bread”
Now is a great time for baking bread. This particular herb bread recipe from Carol Field’s The Italian Baker caught my eye because I’ve got a lot of parsley in my garden I need to use and I also thought the bread could be used in a variety of ways. After baking and tasting it,Continue reading “Herb Bread (Pane all’Erbe) – A delicious start to fall baking”
I know, I know, not another bread recipe so soon. But seriously, this has to be the best raisin bread you can make. It is so chock full of raisins the dough can barely contain them. How chock full? Well the amount of raisins in the bread is equal to the amount of flour used. Continue reading “The Best Raisin Bread Ever! Pan Tramvai!”
My mom is always sending me recipes she’s tried. I’ll suddenly get an envelope in the mail from her and inside will be a recipe clipped from a newspaper or magazine. Every now and then though a larger package will arrive in which I’ll find a cookbook she saw or found. This week, one ofContinue reading “Baking some Italian Bread: Pane di Como”