I’ve been wanting to make crackers for some time, so when I saw this Peter Reinhart article in the Los Angeles Times I knew I had to try it. Peter Reinhart is a home baking evangelist, author, and all-around bread god. I chose to make his wheat cracker recipe from the article, and they came… Read More Homemade Wheat Crackers
This is another specialty pizza from my pizza shop days. This one wasn’t on the menu–my boss would make it occasionally just for us. The rosemary not only makes this pizza taste extraordinary, it also makes your kitchen smell fantastic.
When I worked in the pizza shop, we had several “specialty” pizzas. My favorite was this one. It’s very simple, and it doesn’t have any mozzarella or tomato sauce. It does, however, have tons of garlic. It occurs to me that I should probably change the name of this blog to “Garlic Freak”.
I have an obsession, and I know that many of you have the same one. No, it’s pizza, what’s wrong with you? Anyway, the first step to pizza is, of course, the dough. This is a very simple dough, and it’s not really any different from a bread dough.
Ok, I missed it. But to make up for it, here’s a recipe for a basic white bread. This recipe is a great everyday bread recipe. The recipe is not mine, it’s the recipe of S. John Ross, someone who really knows what they’re doing and bakes bread regularly. If you’re interested in a very… Read More A Belated Happy Homemade Bread Day!
Like many foods, a lot of people think that making pasta is beyond their capabilities. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Certainly there is some effort involved, but it’s nothing that you can’t handle!
There are many food items these days that we take for granted. Tortillas are one such item. They’re readily available, and they probably seem like they’d be hard to make. Well I’m here to show you how easy they can be.