Today or should I say last nights bake was a calculator I found from the pages of Mike Avery for a 3 stage levain
http://www.sourdoughhome.com/privacypolic... read more →
Today on the online [url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/newsnight/2007/01/not_on_the_label.html][b]BBC News[/b][/url]: "Ethical Man ha... read more →
This being a cold saturday I decided it was time for some seafood! I had a mediterranean idea, a melange of flavors close to my own mothers lineage! Spain,... read more →
My grandma knows that my starter is still up and coming and that I've been aching to bake with it. So, to help ease the pain a little, she let me have some... read more →
Hi folks, op was a success. Both hands are black from bruising, but they work. Painfull if I use too much grip, but I can still hold a beer.
Bandages c... read more →
I was really wanting to bake after my potato bread barm and rye.I bought some great sausages and cheese from my local shops and well had some starter read... read more →
Hey everyone, I've been lurking around here a while and finally decided to join.
I'm in the U.S., California to be exact. I'm still in high school and am ... read more →
Bit early to call this an event but have a look at this idea [url]http://www.danlepard.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=5175#5175[/url]
When you c... read more →
I am based in Malaysia, where I bake mostly Organic Breads for local consumption.
I used to use Wheat from Kialla, but recently have changed to a Demeter W... read more →
I have been using basically one recipe (the one I posted as good for toast). I cook the bread in tins as I like the uniformity. I never get any oven spr... read more →
If anyone wants to read of my perilous adventure in the Andes it's posted on my site, about 2/3's of the way through so you can see some pics and videos an... read more →
Spent the weekend lounging and baking! Was inspired to finally try Nancy Silvertons Izzy's rye as well as Dan Lepards Barm ale and potato
I had made the al... read more →
How do you guys store your bread?
After spending all that time baking, and often at odd hours when it wont be eaten straight away
Whats the best way to kee... read more →
I have posted on Alex Croquet before on Dan Lepard's site, but had a chance to buy and taste his stuff on a recent trip to France.
I loved his bread and ha... read more →
While googling for a "Single row moulder" for the tractor I came across this web page [url=http://www.oshikiri.com/products/0retail/0... read more →
Having just pulled a muscle in my back and undoubtedly in my brain I decided to make some rolls with dried berries from the metropolitan bakery book in Phi... read more →
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