This is the ultimate recipe for french bread. It’s a breeze to make with a bread machine, and consistently produces amazing french bread. I’ve been told by both Susan and the Master Taste Tester not to try any other french bread recipe!
Making yeast bread is an immensely satisfying endeavor. Watching yeast transform simple ingredients into an amazing bread is magical. For the yeast breads, I generally but not always use my bread machine to do most of the work. Don't forget quick breads - they are easy to make and delicious to eat.
Some of my favorite yeast breads include homemade hamburger buns, crusty French bread and oat rolls. You will be amazed at how easy these delicious breads are to make and even more amazed at how good they are!
What do you do with an over-ripe banana? The best thing that I know is to use it to make Banana Craisin Mini Muffins. They’re moist, easy to make, and absolutely delicious – a perfect brunch treat for Mother’s Day.
In 2006, Jim Lahey’s recipe for No Knead Bread from his Sullivan Street Bakery was published by the New York Times. The publication of this recipe started a real craze in minimalist bread making.
These oat rolls are absolutely delicious and are easy to make, especially with a bread machine. Just pop all of the ingredients into the bread machine, and let it do most of the work! Ingredients for the Oat Rolls: When Susan was in culinary school, she made some amazing Oat Rolls. I was lucky enough…
These sour dough baguettes are full of flavor and incredible chew. They’re easy to make and will not disappoint! About a week ago, a King Arthur Flour catalog arrived. Susan was looking through it and asked if I would order several items for her. I decided that since I was ordering stuff for Susan, I’d…