My Saturday Sourdough streamlines bread making so that you can enjoy the bread of your dreams with the least possible effort and the fewest ingredients. I tested more than two dozen loaves to achieve this delicious perfection.
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Sourdough starter is easy, but it takes a week of daily feedings to develop a healthy and robust culture. Luckily, those feeding only takes a few minutes each day. I like to attend to mine while brewing my morning coffee.
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I could live on this avocado feta sandwich. In May of 2015, I discovered this delightful treat in a coffee shop called Cava, up in Millers Point, Sydney, Australia. The young lady made it right in front of me while her friend brewed my coffee. It doesn’t get any fresher than that! I took it outside and found a sunny bistro table to soak up the sun and soak up the flavor.
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Zucchini Bread is a tradition in the Midwest. Zucchini is a summer squash and easy to grow, and the plants are prolific producers. When the first zucchini of the season is ready, be sure to check daily and harvest at 8-10 inches while the flesh is still firm and the seeds are still tiny. Too many times, I have discovered sneaky ones hiding under big leaves, having already made the jump to jumbo. That’s when you make zucchini bread.
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Serve these crusty biscuits steaming hot, straight from the oven. Everyone will love you for it. Restaurant reputations on built on their ability to deliver exceptional biscuits, and you have the power to do so at home.
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My family loves cinnamon rolls and kept putting in the requests. “Could they be bigger?”, “Can you add more cinnamon?”, “Could they have more frosting?” There is no way to know how many times I modified this recipe before it got the stamp of perfection from my family. Now they just ask “Can you make more?” I like that kind of question.
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