My grandmother was born on St. Patrick’s Day – but alas, she was not Irish. Thankfully, you don’t have to be Irish to devour this bread. And, with no yeast, it’s so easy to make. A slice, warm, right out of the oven is a little slice of heaven. Enjoy. Makes one round loaf Ingredients 3 TBSP. butter softened 2½ cups flour 1 tsp. baking soda 1 tsp. baking powder ½ tsp. salt 1/3 cup raisins, if desired* ¾ cup buttermilk Directions Heat oven to 375 degrees. Grease a cookie
Who doesn’t love popovers? Steaming, right from the oven with butter melting across the tender inside, maybe with a drizzle of honey. My mouth is watering just thinking about them. Believe it or not popovers are super easy – you just have to invest in a popover pan. And you might want to buy two because they will be devoured FAST. This recipe of mine came with the popover pan I bought years and years ago (Baker’s Advantage Black Steel Bakeware) but I am sure it will work
This no-knead dough is made the day before and allowed to slow-rise in the fridge overnight to develop flavor. This is a spin on monkey bread or traditional cinnamon rolls. It is a great breakfast treat. It is a little more work, but worth it. I usually make the whole loaf the day before I am going to serve it. There a still several steps if you choose to let it rise overnight and I find it easier just set aside the time and make it all on the same day. I like to serve i
Does the thought of baking bread from scratch scare you? All that rising, kneading – yeasting? Then this is the perfect recipe to start with. You will get two yummy loaves (one for now, one to give or freeze for later) that will turn any morning into a little slice of heaven. No kneading required. Makes 2 loaves 16 slices per loaf Ingredients 2 packages of active dry yeast 5-6 cups of flour 1 TBSP sugar 2 tsp salt ¼ tsp baking soda 2 cups milk ½ cup water Cornmeal Directi
Bobi Brouse Bertling
I have been baking my pretty much my whole life. My earliest baking memory is helping my Grandma make her famous homemade buns.