Here are a couple of pics of the quick little rye breads I'll be doing for Easter. It is an old Polish tradition here that we take food in a basket to the church on Saturday to have it blessed by the priest for Easter Sunday breakfast. These will fit nicely into the baskets. And yes, the church will smell like kielbasa when the blessings are done. Sometimes the smellls lingers in the church till Easter morning ;-)
I'm blogging about a wonderful peanut-butter-and-jelly-filled oatmeal-wheat bread over at Flour Girl.
It's a great loaf, but I'm wondering if some other fillings might be good, too ...
Any ideas, fellow bakers?
Check out the post at flourgrrrl.blogspot.com.
Just a couple of pics of yesterday's loaf.
I'm a former newspaper reporter who has decided to go to culinary school to study bread baking.
Classes don't start for a few weeks, but I've started a blog chronicling my adventures.
I'd love you to check it out at http://flourgrrrl.blogspot.com/
Let me know what you think!
I have just moved into a rented house which has a Gaggeneau Steam oven. As steam is used to create a crust when making bread, has anyone experience of using the steam feature when making bread.
Well I just found out about this site and can't believe how much information is here and I can't wait until later tonight after I tuck the kids into bed so I can wander around and check everything out!!!