All posts tagged sourdough

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Easy Split-Pea Soup with Rosemary Sourdough Bread

Homemade pea soup is a great way to use up leftover ham bones.

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Bread Baker: Reviving a Dormant Sourdough Starter

The last time I used my sourdough starter was a loooong time ago. I did a series of posts

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My Cookie Tin: Sourdough Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies

My wife posed a hypothetical question to me the other day: Can you make sourdough cookies? I had never tasted one before, or tried baking a batch. I

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Bread Baker: Savory Sourdough Loaves

Today the Seven Days of Sourdough draws to a close with two more recipes. Yesterday I was too busy baking to publish a bread recipe,

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Bread Baker: Rosemary or Olive Sourdough

It's amazing how just a couple extra ingredients can completely transform a loaf of bread. Add olive oil and rosemary or black olives to a traditional sourdough

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Bread Baker: Buttermilk Cheddar Sourdough

I asked my wife for savory bread ideas and she instantly responded, "What about cheese bread?" I thought that was a great idea, so I set about executing

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Bread Baker: Sourdough Pizza

I've talked before about the need to be patient when working with sourdough. For today's Seven Days of Sourdough

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Bread Baker: Sourdough Bread Bowls

To kick off this week of sourdough recipes, I'm starting with the simplest recipe - just a combination of flour, starter, water, sugar and salt.

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Father’s Day Breakfast: Sourdough Pancakes

Today's Seven Days of Sourdough post is a perfect illustration of the versatility of sourdough starter. It's not just for bread; it can be used

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Bread Baker: Caring for Your Sourdough Starter

Three days ago, I began growing a sourdough starter so I could illustrate the process from start to finish.

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