Stockholm Sourdough 2.0

As those who have been reading this with any sort of regularity will know, I’ve been happily cultivating a sourdough starter and trying to learn how to bake real artisan-style naturally leavened (sourdough) bakery bread for several months. Moreover, I’ve been trying to perfect my sourdough recipe for everyday, standby bread that would go with most things and that T would absolutely love (it’s an … Continue reading Stockholm Sourdough 2.0

Focaccia with Young Garlic, Olives and Flaked Sea Salt

Edit:  There is a newer, and in my opinion, even better recipe for focaccia here, but unlike this one, it calls for a sourdough starter and overnight fermentation.  This is still the better go-to recipe when you want some focaccia and you want it now! This morning, I woke up with a headache. It’d plagued me all of yesterday afternoon, and when it was not … Continue reading Focaccia with Young Garlic, Olives and Flaked Sea Salt

Stockholm Sourdough: a work in progress

The following post, unlike usually, is not precisely a recipe. Instead, it is a chance to show off this gorgeous sourdough bread I’ve baked a couple of days a go, and brag.  Well, that and a rough sketch of the process which led to it, which is precisely what it is – a rough draft for a process that will, in the near future, become … Continue reading Stockholm Sourdough: a work in progress