Sour Cream Loaf

I’ve garnered a wealth of bread-making knowledge from many sources, the most influential being Dan Lepard and Ken Forkish. I decided to combine a Lepard recipe and Forkish technique to bake one of the best breads so far – the sour cream loaf. It has a delicious, tangy faux sourdough flavour and makes the most amazing toast.

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Crusty Artisan Bread

I’ve been successfully baking bread for some time using a minimal knead method. However I recently switched to an even better way of bread making that produces a tastier loaf with a looser crumb and wonderful crust … and also looks fantastic. The trick? A casserole dish.

Up your home bread making with this simple recipe for delicious, crusty artisan bread.

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Focaccia with Smoked Pancetta and Tomatoes

I made some focaccia a while ago. It was pretty good and tasted pleasant with some balsamic vinegar dipping sauce. How to improve on this? Add some bacon! Or in this case, delicious smoked pancetta. And throw a few vine-ripened cherry tomatoes in for good measure.

Impress your friends with stand-out focaccia using this simple recipe.

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Making Fresh Bread On A Work Day

A friend at work mentioned that he liked bread made using the minimal knead technique. However with work and children (and cats), it took too long on a work night, and the bread was not ready for their dinner time.

I altered the recipe so that dough is prepped before work and baked fresh in the evening. Or prepped in the evening for fresh bread with breakfast.
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