I love the flavor meld of the sourdough, sausage, and mushrooms, however, this could easily be made vegetarian by removing/replacing the sausage and using mushroom or vegetable stock instead.
Crusty, buttery, garlicky deliciousness. Perfect in a caesar salad or tomato soup.
We don’t have bread in the house often, but when we have a hankering for it, this is my go-to for making a nice round crusty loaf of sourdough.
According to my sister, Sarah, this is the absolute best bread pudding she’s ever eaten.
These delicious, herbal, buttery buns were a hit at Thanksgiving this year.
A slightly adapted King Arthur recipe. So gorgeous and delicious! Adding the clementine/orange zest is a must in my opinion.
Thin, chickpea flour crepes.
The most delicious, slightly sweet buns that pair with just about anything.
This foccaccia is moist and rich and dense. You can eat it as-is once it’s baked, or you can make sandwiches out of it, or you could top it with herbs and bake it again to make a crunchier version.
I decided to make my own banana bread recipe with 100% barley flour, and the result was a moist, dense, darkly-colored loaf of yum!