Some bakery and bread blogs
There are many bakeries that make good bread. Impossible to do without his good wand, is it? Discover some bakery blogs that talk about their bread, their pastries, recipes, special breads, sourdough, flour, novelties, etc. Did you know ? The invention of sourdough bread is generally credited to the Egyptians when, centuries later, the Romans still ate porridge. The invention of bread is credited to the Egyptians in 3000 BC. Indeed in ancient Egypt, we already find the ancestor of our daily bread made from water, flour, salt and leaven. The techniques of processing wheat have been a path to evolution and civilization. From the primordial purees of cereal seeds ground by hand, stone by stone, mixed with water and cooked by the fireside, man has learned to improve his product. The bakery of ancient origins: With the Roman civilization, the Roman notables attached the services of Greek bakers in their villa, the importance of kneading is highlighted, a milling-bakery college is created in Rome. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.
- The Weekend Dish: 9/18/2021 September 18, 2021The Weekend Dish: 9/18/2021 Happy very last Saturday of summer! We’re still having some humid days close to 80 degrees here, so I am MORE than ready to usher in sweatshirt and hot cocoa weather! I spied highs in the 60’s next week, so I’m obviously thrilled 🤩 Do you have anything on your fall […]
- Friday Things #438 September 17, 2021Friday Things #438 1. First dance class was this week and she loved it! 2. We made fresh rigatoni over the weekend using this pasta press attachment; the kids loved it and it was a fun (and rather easy) Saturday afternoon project! 3. I found these two on the couch like this after I finished […]
- Perfect Pecan Pie September 14, 2021Perfect Pecan Pie Gooey, nutty, and perfectly balanced between salty and sweet, this easy pecan pie recipe is my absolute favorite version and a must-make holiday dessert! With toasted pecans and an unbelievably flaky pie crust, this decadent pie pairs perfectly with fresh whipped cream, a scoop of ice cream, or a drizzle of warm […]
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- BEST Healthy Pumpkin Bread September 13, 2021This is definitely the BEST healthy pumpkin bread. Made with natural ingredients, this recipe is completely gluten free, dairy free, and naturally sweetened with the option to also make it vegan. Both ways are equally delicious! This extra moist pumpkin bread is also topped with a cashew maple frosting which takes it over the top,... […]
- Cinnamon Biscuit Apple Cobbler September 9, 2021This tender apple cobbler is baked with cinnamon roll biscuits. Yes, cinnamon roll BISCUITS! They’re tender and flaky like a biscuit, but are swirled with cinnamon sugar and walnuts just like a cinnamon roll. They pair perfectly with the tender spiced apples, making this an apple cobbler recipe unlike any other. How to make cinnamon... […]
- BEST Chocolate Chip Muffins September 6, 2021What makes these the BEST chocolate chip muffins? Not only are they loaded with chocolate chips, but each muffin is baked with a tall muffin top and fluffy and moist in the texture. Those domed tops are studded with extra chocolate and sugar to give them a delicious crunchy crust that sets these muffins over... […]
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- Purple Sweet Potato Black Sesame Sourdough Pumpkin September 18, 2021Purple Sweet Potato Black Sesame Sourdough PumpkinSubmitted by Benito on September 18, 2021 - 6:09am.Well it is almost fall and soon Instagram will be full of pumpkin shaped breads. I have never tried to make one of these so thought it might be fun to do. I also haven’t shaped a boule in sometime so […]
- Sparse documentation on 100% freshly milled breads... Reason? September 18, 2021Sparse documentation on 100% freshly milled breads... Reason?Submitted by Kooky on September 17, 2021 - 6:19pm.Hello,Having gotten a stone mill at home recently and having found a source for organic wheat berries that cost less than non-organic store bought flour, I tend to have the desire to utilize as much freshly milled flour as I can, […]
- On Baking vs How Baking Works Textbooks September 17, 2021On Baking vs How Baking Works TextbooksSubmitted by ptix on September 16, 2021 - 10:54pm.Could someone who has both "On Baking: A Textbook of Baking and Pastry Fundamentals" and "How Baking Works" tell me the plusses and minuses of each book.
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- Panis Quadratus: Ancient Bread of Pompeii September 18, 2021A delicious whole wheat, seeded, pull-apart sourdough bread from about 2000 years ago whose characteristics have been reconstructed by food historians and archaeologists using ancient texts, depictions in art, and the analysis of intact bread loaves preserved in the volcanic ash of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.
- Ten of One; One of Another September 11, 2021Bread dough is versatile, and a big batch can be used in many ways. This recipe shows you how to make 10 chewy sourdough rolls one day, and from the same batch of dough, a crusty sourdough artisan loaf the next day.
- Almost Granola Bar Cookies August 28, 2021We go all in on flavor and texture with these cookies, using whole grain Pima club soft wheat flour, rolled oats, walnuts, dark chocolate, and tart cherries.
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- Green Olive and Herb Sourdough Bread August 25, 2021Richly flavored sourdough bread with buttery, salty olives and piquant herbs.
- How to Bake Sourdough Bread in Summer July 19, 2021My advice on baking in the summer: how to keep your starter healthy, dough cool, and prevent over-proofing.
- Easy No-Knead Sourdough Bread July 6, 2021A simple loaf of bread that tastes anything but.
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