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Someone posted this joke the other day. “Why is everyone so tired on April 1?”
Oh, my friends, we were in a restaurant the other night and the oddest thing happened…
This is a semi-success. This is a kinda-failure. Both are delicious.
There are certain things that people tend to shy away from in the kitchen.
I don't feel like the table is really set unless there's a basket of dinner rolls to pass around. Whether it's a simple chili dinner with friends or Thanksgiving itself, some sort of warm buttery bread feels necessary for nibbling throughout the meal and then scooping up that last saucy bite. Here are ten recipes that will do the job quite nicely.
Oh, monkey bread! How we love you — little pull-apart nuggets of buttery, gooey cinnamon goodness. And I've been thinking about how easy monkey bread is when you've been making pizza!
I can make a mean pizza, but it took me a while to learn how.
When I saw the cover of the current issue of Cooking Light (October 2012) I was in love. Quick breads are my absolute favourite.
In the oven or on the stovetop, pita is an easy bread to make at home. Whether we're talking falafel or deli ham, pockets of pita bread are one of my top choices for sandwiches.
Happy Rosh Hashanah! Have you made your challah yet?
If you’re going to bake just ONE THING this month (or this week, or today – choose your preferred frequency)… Let it be these pumpkin-cinnamon doughnuts. As a test baker here at King Arthur Flour, I clearly do a lot of baking.
I don’t believe in perfection, in life or in the kitchen. At best, everything we do is a work in progress that gets a tad closer each time we nudge and tweak it. Case in point, last year’s Pie Crust 101 tutorial: My goal was to convince dough-phobes that they needn’t fear the crust by showing how I made mine in five minutes flat, or seriously, way less time than one would spend buying one.
1) In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, and salt.
This is not your mother’s whole wheat bread.
Is this a perfect little yeast roll, or what?