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Well it’s been a long time since my last post. I know I always say this but it HAS been hectic. I was researching into selling my bread at the local farmer’s market but it takes a Certified residential kitchen … Continue reading
So I made the Brioche from the Bread Baker’s Apprentice. It turned out nicely. I made the Middle class Brioche. It wasn’t as good as the Tartine Brioche, but I used more eggs and milk in that recipe. So maybe … Continue reading
Ok. So after trying 3 other recipes, I went back to the first recipe I used. The croissants that started off this whole blog! This recipe is from the first Tartine book. It wasn’t exactly like the first ones I … Continue reading
Brioche is a very rich and tender bread. It’s awesome with butter and made into french toast. I made this from the Tartine book (of course) and this is the first bread I made with a mixer! ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Tartine uses … Continue reading
I think this rye bread turned out slightly better. The previous post with the 4 kinds of beer grain rye bread slightly pancaked. I think I just didn’t stretch and fold the dough enough. This post is pretty much like … Continue reading
The first croissants I ever made was a Tartine recipe. They were the best croissants I’ve ever made. So when I got the Tartine Bread book, I wanted to try it again. This recipe was different from the last. It … Continue reading