First of all, let me tell you, fellow cheese freaks – you need to make this bread. You need to make it because it turns out gorgeous, because it takes so very little effort, and because it tastes so incredibly cheesy, it borders on being hard to describe. I’ll try though! Have you ever bought that pretty loaf of “cheese bread” in the bakery, and … Continue reading Folded Cheese Sourdough Bread (with just a touch of garlic)
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
When I lived in the United States, it was in the mainland city of Saint Louis, and nowhere near a sea coast. However, Americans are practical sorts, and where’s a will (and demand), there’s a way – and so there was excellent seafood offered in many restaurants around town. One of my most favorite dishes to eat – back then, and to this day – … Continue reading Scampi – Glorious With Garlic!
I am not that great at baking. I mean it. While I can say that I am a better-than-middling cook, baking is not my strong side, and never has been. That’s not to say that I cannot bake to save my life (I can, and even when I don’t need to save my life, too), but more that I doubt I will achieve any stellar … Continue reading Squiggly Herb And Lemon-Peel Bread