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Bread Mon Jan 15 2018 14:00:58 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- “I heard the bells on Christmas Day Their old, familiar carols play, And wild and sweet The words repeat Of peace on earth, good-will to men!” -Henry Wadsworth Longfellow I always find myself excited each year about the Holiday se
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Last night, I baked cheese bread with Zojirushi baking machine (called "home bakery" here ).Used processed cheese.
You know it’s good for you.You’ve wanted to do it forever. And this time you’re determined: you WILL learn how to use whole wheat flour. Like, how to substitute it for all-purpose flour in all of your favorite recipes. H
For us Americans, the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s feel like one long celebration. Happily throwing dietary caution to the winds, we eat, drink, and make merry while also busily ensuring that everyone around us has the best hol
I recently did an interview for BoschMixers.com, talking about unorthodox Holiday traditions–we talked panini, and anytime of year is the right time of year for one. We’ve done two grilled sandwich posts here on the website. Now,
As yuletide approaches, so do our Christmas products. Here at the loaf, we will be bringing to you a very wide range of festive treats So, whats in the oven? Fig bread -made using our very popular light rye dough, and delicious with cheese. Apricot a
Cleaning up my fridge.
Welcome to our JanuaryBakealong challenge. Each month, we’ll announce a new recipe for you to try, along with helpful tips and step-by-step instructions here on our blog. We invite you to bake this striking braidedClassic Challah Bread, the
This Holiday Star Bread has been making the rounds all over social media, so I decided to try it with some of our no-knead Challah dough. I’m happy to report that it works quite well, and it is not that difficult to make. Most the recipes o
This is the time of year when Rog and I often like to spend some time in Greece. The bright summer sunshine, the crystal Aegean or Ionian sea and, of course, the convivial Greek hospitality. All of next week, we are celebrating Greek food at the loaf
Macarons in Japan is really good."It's not my kind of food" so I used to think, but now I know I like macarons!(macarons from Glamourdise in Kobe, Japan)
What does it take to be named King Arthur Flours 2018 Recipe of the Year? Like any competition, the winner needs to stand out from the crowd. And if theres a crowd of recipes any larger than that of banana bread, we havent found it. EVERYONE has a fa
I recently did an interview for BoschMixers.com, talking about unorthodox Holiday traditions–we talked panini, and anytime of year is the right time of year for one. We’ve done two grilled sandwich posts here on the website. Now,
Come and work at the loaf We currently have some vacancies at the loaf. We are looking for an enthusiastic, hard-working baker or trainee baker willing to work overnight to help produce our wide range of Artisan Breads. More information available on
Make your New Years Eve celebration more festive with a gorgeous pink cocktail-inspired layer cake using the flavors of a classic Cosmopolitan. The post Cosmopolitan Cake for New Year’s Eve appeared first on Flourish - King Arthur Flour.
How time flies when you are having fun baking bread. 10 years ago we published our first book, Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day, and it’s been an exciting journey ever since. Our publisher took a chance on two unknown authors; a pastry c
Christmas is just three days away. By this time, I assume you’ve made your list and not just checked it twice but crossed out, added, annotated, and then despaired of ever getting everything done! But fear not; if that list includes any bak
It’s that time again–happy Thanksgiving to our Stateside friends. Below, some links to many of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes. Yesterday we were thankful forMinneapolis’s City Pages, who put out a great round-up of fi
Pancakes at our house have risen to the level of communion a quiet place amid the coming and going of kids and adults. Sleepy faces resist waking with as much fervor as they formerly resisted sleeping and, in this moment we pause. We set aside plates
Jeff will join forces with New York Times food writer Martha Rose Shulman to create perfect pizza crust and imaginative toppings (guess who’s doing which), in a benefit for Minneapolis’s Legal Rights Center, a non-profit legal org
OK, Christmas is one week from today, so I’m not going to waste any of your valuable time here. Are you still casting about for Christmas breakfast ideas? Baking with eggnog is a great way to share the Christmas spirit(s). After all, what&a
We’ve had a lovely Autumn here in Minnesota, with warm weather lasti