Posts tagged with: All-Purpose Flour

Have you heard of popovers?

Popovers are similar to England’s Yorkshire pudding. Contrary to what I grew up believing, “pudding” refers to a whole world of culinary experiences beyond the custardy and sugary variety that comes in flavors like chocolate or vanilla or banana. In the case of Yorkshire pudding, we’re talking about an eggy, puffy roll that is traditionally served with gravy and made using the fat or drippings from that day’s meat.

Because it’s the 21st century, you can make popovers with butter or vegetable oil, and since they’re often served with jams and cream and butter, it works out. They’re freakin’ delicious. (more…)

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Hey squad!

For my fourth recipe test, I decided to showcase a recipe that I’ve been trying and testing and adjusting since Gloria became a full-fledged starter.

You can find the recipe here, at King Arthur Flour’s website, and the name is pretty descriptive: Artisan Sourdough Bread made with a Stiff Starter. (more…)

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Welcome back, my little yeasties!

I hope you like the name, I was inspired after watching Gaga’s performance on Sunday, the one she bookended with football. Man, that was great.

This week, I blended two of my favorite things: chocolate and bread. This is okay because another of my favorite things is riding cream colored ponies.

I’ll just move along. (more…)

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