Tagged: ‘unbleached bread flour’

The Baker: FARM-STYLE WHITE BREAD WITH CARDAMOM

In a market crowded with specialized bread books that promote everything from traditional French breads to those made in machines, Beth Hensperger has gone her own way. In her latest book, “The Bread Bible,” the subtitle, “300 Favorite Recipes,” tells the real story.

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Bread Machine: The Best Hamburger Sandwich Buns and Hot Dog Long Rolls

The easiest way to eat either a barbecued beef sandwich, pulled pork, a burger, sloppy joes, sliders, hot dog with sauerkraut, even a little bahn mi or a Beer Soaked Brat is on a soft bun. Homemade buns are exceptionally delicious and really elevate your humble cooking to a real taste treat.

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Bread Machine Dakota Bread

Café Latte in St. Paul, Minnesota, makes their Dakota Bread everyday from fresh milled flour. It was named for the baker’s home state of South Dakota.

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The Culinary Traveler: Moroccan Bread with Sesame and Aniseed and Morrocan Mint Tea

There are an entire world of rustic ethnic breads that are easily reproduced in your modern home kitchen. These are breads that were once only available regionally, tasted by the adventurous traveler. But no more. The invisible family boundries are down and the light is rushing in. What is old is now new. What was hidden by geography and religion, is now open to interpretation. Bakers are pushing the envelope. They want to master the techniques.

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