Baking At Home (Adaption)

Baking At Home (Adaption)

Perfecting home-baked breads is deceptively elusive. It takes time to get the art, not to mention the science. And while social media offer oceans of bread baking photos and formulas, even at their most simple they can be tough to replicate when baked in your own...
Wolfgang Süpke #repost

Wolfgang Süpke #repost

When looking for guidance on baking German breads, Wolfgang Süpke is my inspiration, whether referring to older posts from his blog – Bäcker Süpke  – or more recently on his instagram, where he details current baking with his son Paul. He’s a...
Carlo Di Cristo #repost

Carlo Di Cristo #repost

Carlo Di Cristo is an Italian zoologist and neuroscientist who became fascinated with the world of wild yeast. The one-time professor left the halls of academia to become a full time baker of bread and pastry. His first entry was a blog he called The Soul Crumbs...
Amy Scherber #repost

Amy Scherber #repost

  Amy Scherber has over spent three decades honing her expertise in baking, bread, and running a food business. I have followed her for years. In fact, as we published here, she was a genuine muse for me. Back when I had a bit more time on my hands, I volunteered...
Canton Bread

Canton Bread

Reminded of my sister, who is Swiss and lives in Switzerland, I decided to bake something that would reflect her spirit, which is nourishing and beautiful. So I baked this sour-dough influenced loaf known as Canton of Glaronais. Baked on the hotted April day I ever...