Archive for May, 2015

Easy recipe for bread with plantain

Easy recipe for bread with plantain

Posted on 31. May, 2015 by .

According to Wikipedia, plantains have a similar taste to potatoes.  I am not sure that is true (in fact I am sure it's NOT true) but what is true is that they are eaten, in the tropics, the same was we northeners eat potatoes:  fried, as crisps or chips, mashed, roasted...they are the starch of […]

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Vegetarian foie gras – another recipe from Bread and Spread

Vegetarian foie gras – another recipe from Bread and Spread

Posted on 28. May, 2015 by .

This recipe is a total delight.  I call it Ursi's Lentil Foie Gras because Ursi gave it to me.  You can make a vegetarian or a vegan version.  Beware, if you make the vegetarian version (with butter) nobody will believe it is vegetarian.  Least of all the meat eaters in your life.  This is the […]

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Bread and Spread – the new book by Jane Mason

Bread and Spread – the new book by Jane Mason

Posted on 24. May, 2015 by .

Since publishing All You Knead Is Bread and The Book of Buns, I have been busy in the food writing world!  November 2014 saw the publication of Mexico - The Cookbook for which I was the contributing editor, perfecting my Mexican cookery skills along the way.  May 2015 sees the publication of Homemade Sourdough.  So, […]

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What is in your bag of bread?

What is in your bag of bread?

Posted on 16. May, 2015 by .

Do you think about the bread that you eat?  Have you read the label?  Is there a label to read?  If not, is there someone at the shop with whom you can discuss your bread? These are serious questions.  Have a look at the ingredients in a bag of flour: You would be forgiven for […]

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Simple “no knead” recipe for Crusty Artisan Bread

Simple “no knead” recipe for Crusty Artisan Bread

Posted on 07. May, 2015 by .

Recently, the lovely Steven Croft contacted me to get some bread chat about kneading.  It was a really interesting question (to knead or not to knead) because, whilst I DO it, I am not sure why I DO it.  I mean, I know the science of it.  I know what happens while you knead.  I […]

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