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Brown Sugar Pecan Streusel Yeasted Coffee Cake

Brown Sugar Pecan Streusel Coffee Cake

This is a coffee cake for streusel lovers and it has a fun balance to it, although it might initially appear that there is a bit too much topping to the amount of cake. The base of the coffee cake is a lightly sweet yeast bread that is tender, but relatively plain. The topping is a bold brown-sugar based topping that has a lot of ... Read More »

Dough Gloves

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Kneading dough can be a messy business, getting flour all over your kitchen counter and bits of dough stuck all over your hands. It is very satisfying work, of course, but there are times when you just don’t want to get dough all over the place and there are some doughs that are so sticky that they make kneading by hand very difficult. These situations ... Read More »

No Knead Pumpkin Dinner Bread

No Knead Pumpkin Dinner Bread

I love serving homemade dinner rolls for dinner, especially when I’m making a big meal for a big occasion, such as Thanksgiving dinner. The problem with dinner rolls is that they’re a little time consuming to make – especially if you’re going to make a big batch of rolls – because you need to shape each and every one. I am actually pretty quick at ... Read More »

Braided Sweet Onion Bread

Sweet Onion Bread

Onions have a sweet flavor and a wonderfully tender texture to them when they’re cooked. Onions are a big flavoring component of many dishes and sauces, but they’re not always included in something like a loaf of bread. This Braided Sweet Onion Bread is a soft yeast bread that is stuffed with sweet, buttery onions for a loaf that will give ever-popular garlic bread a ... Read More »

No-Knead Whole Wheat Cinnamon Blueberry Bread

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My No Knead Whole Wheat Honey Sandwich Bread is one of those recipes that you just might find yourself making over and over, because it is so fast and easy – especially for a yeast bread recipe – and it makes a great all purpose loaf of bread for sandwiches and toast. The loaf is also fairly plain, which makes it a great base for ... Read More »

Sourdough Ciabatta

Sourdough Ciabatta

Most ciabatta recipes start with a preferment called a poolish, a mixture of flour, water and yeast that is left to sit for a period of time – usually 12 to 24 hours – before the rest of the dough is put together. Starting a ciabatta this way will add a lot of flavor to the dough and it will also add a certain degree ... Read More »

No Knead Whole Wheat Honey Sandwich Bread

Whole Wheat Honey Sandwich Bread

Homemade bread is a wonderful thing to make and to keep around the house, but there are several things that keep us from baking bread as often as we might like. The first thing is time. It can take a couple of hours to take a loaf from start to finish and, while we might have time on the weekends, this rules it out for ... Read More »

Challah with Raisins

Unbaked Challah braid

I used to go to a bakery that, amongst other things, specialized in baking challah. Challah is a rich egg bread that is made with oil and without butter or milk. It has a similar texture to brioche, very soft verging on flakey, and a very rich texture. Traditionally, the bread is eaten by Jewish people around the sabbath and on holidays and loaves are ... Read More »

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