Good morning all !
So after reading a review on this site from a couple years ago and seeing photos of what this oven is capable of, I think it would make the perfect secondary oven that will accomplish what we're trying to do.
Anybody else using it these days? How has it treated you? Has it ever been out for service? Would you recommend getting it again?
Thanks a ton in advance,
Hi folks! I work for a local cafe that has been shipping in expensive baguettes for their sandwiches. I made a batch of Italian rolls from BBA as a potential alternative, and have been appointed the official baker of such rolls from now on (hooray!). However, I'm having some predictable challenges with their ovens, since they're not designed for bread baking.
Hi everyone, I have been recently baking sourdough and have had a lot of success. My favourite recipe so far has been Susan's 'Norwich Sourdough' - link http://www.wildyeastblog.com/2007/07/08/my-new-favorite-sourdough/ . I had been turning out loaves like this
Hello Fellow Bread Bakers,
I just baked a loaf of part wheat part white bread using my bread machine to do the mixing and kneading. Then I took the dough out, punched down the air on a lightly floured board, then placed the shaped dough in a loaf pan to rise. It looked beautiful after about 30 minutes. But as soon as I removed the lightweight towel, the dough sank and did not rise again when I placed it in the oven to bake. What do I need to do differently?
Thanks a bunch,
I've been reading everything for sometime and decided to finally join.
I'm looking for an oven to begin my own small production bakery. My idea is to buy a used double deck Blodgett and install a stone hearth and steam injector, but I'm concerned that converting this 'pizza oven' is a chincy way to roll. I want to make sure this beatiful oven can hold up to five rounds of baking each day, potentially with colder overnighted dough. I'm currently baking in a Sveba Dahlen deck that throws out a storm of steam, giving me the results I'm looking for.
So I have a really nice Zojirushi breadmachine with duel kneading paddles,but I know that nothing beats an oven; so I was wondering if I could take the breadmachine pan right of the breadmachine and into the oven. Can the breadmachine pan handle 550 degrees ?