So I'm 26, soon to be 27 and for work have traveled to Europe a few times. I love how they always have fresh bread, GOOD breads to eat with dinner/lunch/breakfast. I decided I want to learn to bake breads. I have an Escali Arti scale, been using a pizza stone for pizza crusts for quite some time too.
Having lived on all 5 continents I have cooked all my life but never made bread. I love mixing things and fusion cooking.
After 59 years of loving good bread, I finally decided to learn how to bake it. Actually not sure of the first year or two- oh well, 55+ years anyhow. We live near Philadelphia. My wife Peggy and I have 2 grown children. Of the four of us, I'm clearly the one who knows the least about cooking (and other topics, as 3/4 of my family would assure you).
Greetings to All
hello everyone. my name is matt. im not new to the site, ive visited on numerous occasions, but i finally decided to make an account. ive been baking since i was little but never really got that into breads. i look forward to learning a lot more than i already have. happy baking.
I'm a working mom and wife who has loved making bread for most of my life. I have made things like white, wheat, italian bread, doughnuts, cinnamon rolls. But I have always loved sourdough bread. The more sour the better. So I have joined the site hoping for advice and encouragement to capture my own wild yeast and keep them healthy and thriving. I figured that being just up the river and a delta breeze away from San Francisco would be an advantage to starting a starter, but from reading many subjects on this site, I guess I don't have a leg up by my location, Alas!
Hello, my name is Jonathan and I am going to start baking bread for a spanish restraunt here in el paso. I was wondering if you had any tips or advice for a novice baker. Also if u have any recipes for bread that has of spanish influence that would be amazing
Hi, looking for recommendations for good introductory books for someone just getting into bread-making. Thanks.
Been looking at TFL for a while now but just became a member. I love the site, the pictures, and the discussions.
Been baking more bread recently, especially now that I have a KitchenAid mixer (my husband convinced me it's something every girl wants so he bought one)..
Was going to post a question about some baking I did yesterday but I thought I'd write a hello first!