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The problem with pitas

I’m finding that I’m rapidly running out of recipes that can be made at a moment’s notice. Many of the recipes in TBC require some forethought, whether for getting certain ingredients, figuring out where to borrow special equipment (pudding molds for steamed bread???), or planning for a certain amount of down time. So when Husband… Continue reading The problem with pitas

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A taste of the old country: Swedish knäckebröd

I make King Arthur’s sourdough crackers pretty much every time I feed my starter. Fresh out of the oven, they’re possibly my favorite snack ever. Unfortunately, they’re not in the The Baker’s Companion, but several other cracker recipes are. Today, I tried their Swedish knäckebröd. Sweden has its share of traditional baked goods, and several… Continue reading A taste of the old country: Swedish knäckebröd

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The wonders of puff pastry… turnover edition

The other half of the puff pastry recipe from when I made croissants has been burning a hole in my freezer, figuratively speaking. More than a week ago, I decided it was time to make it into puff pastry turnovers, with an apple filling. So I put the pastry in the fridge to thaw. Then… Continue reading The wonders of puff pastry… turnover edition