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Four Rapid Methods to Improve Your Sourdough Bread.

Follow this mini-guide and prepare to significantly level up, not only your finished loaves, but your skill and intuition with your process. Ditch the nagging fear of making mistakes and the haunting thought that you might be a bread baking imposter! These easy tips can be perused and filed away in the back of your […]

Best Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal Cookies – EASY!

Makes 12 cookies Here is a fun October dessert for you. These cookies are unlike other pumpkin spice cookies in that they are chewy instead of cake-y. It’s tough to get that to happen since pumpkin puree brings a lot of moisture to the cookies. This recipe skips the egg in favor of the pumpkin […]

Apple butter Cake (Sourdough) with Ermine Frosting

This post will be available to the public for two weeks and thereafter only available to members of The Baking Network. Simply put, this is an incredibly delicious cake. It’s spicy and moist with a wonderfully rich apple flavor. The ermine frosting is very fluffy and lightly sweet. It perfectly offsets the flavorful and substantial […]

Sour Cream and Cardamom Blueberry Muffins

This post will be available to the public for two weeks and thereafter only available to members of The Baking Network. These soft and cakey muffins are dipped in butter and rolled in cinnamon sugar. They are rich and sweet and speckled with bits of tanginess from the fresh berries. See the recipe below:

Ruth’s Oatmeal Cookies

This post will be available to the public for two weeks and thereafter only available to members of The Baking Network. A super simple, cheap and easy oatmeal cookie that’s chewy and full of flavor. This recipe skips the raisins and cinnamon and opts for a punch with finely chopped walnuts and brown sugar. It […]

Sourdough Hot Cross Buns (with orange browned butter frosting)

This version of the traditional Easter time bun is jam packed with flavorful ingredients. Dried fruit, orange zest, plentiful spices and chocolate already create a very flavorful roll. Add some browned butter and fresh orange zest to the frosting and your taste buds are going to be absolutely delighted. Make this a traditional spring treat […]

Sourdough Breakfast Galettes (with black pepper sour cream pastry crust)

When I first made these delicious hand held breakfast tarts I had the neighbors across the road asking what the amazingly smell was! Don’t skip the cheese underneath all the goodies but you can use whatever combination of vegetables you like. The onion ring obviously helps keep the egg reigned in a little bit! This […]

Tiger Bread Rolls/Dutch Crunch

Dutch Crunch, also known as Tiger Bread or Giraffe Bread originated in the Netherlands and was called Tiger Bread or Tijgerbrood. I guess not many people knew what a Tiger looked like firsthand in those days because it definitely looks more like leopard bread! The bread has a delicious crunchy topping which gets it’s flavor […]

Sourdough Naan

This is my personal take on naan, a yummy, leavened flat bread. Naan is a traditional Asian and Indian bread served with saucy foods like curry. This formula is an easy, at-home method, utilizing sourdough as the leavening and using a hot baking stone instead of a time honored tandoor.

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