Archive for July, 2015

Making bread in a wood fired oven

Making bread in a wood fired oven

Posted on 29. Jul, 2015 by .

Bustamente is a tiny town in the north of Mexico.  It has aspirations to be a "Pueblo Magico" - a "magic town" - a honour that is given by a national committee to towns that are either of great natural or architectural beauty, or historic importance or have lost of fun, high quality things to […]

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How do I get holes in my artisan bread

How do I get holes in my artisan bread

Posted on 07. Jul, 2015 by .

Holes are the holy grail of bread making for many and yet those pesky holes can be elusive.  There are various techniques you can follow to get the holes in your bread and in this post we will discuss your options. The five consistently necessary parts of achieving holes in your artisan bread are: 1. […]

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Simple recipe for “humish” – another recipe from Bread and Spread

Simple recipe for “humish” – another recipe from Bread and Spread

Posted on 07. Jul, 2015 by .

There are so many recipes for hummus (recipe for hummus) and most of them are fantastically easy and tasty.  I am no longer sure what authentic hummus is made of although garlic, chick peas, and tahini will always feature.  That is why I call this spread humish - it's like hummus, maybe it IS hummus […]

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Beautiful beetroot dip – another recipe from Bread and Spread

Beautiful beetroot dip – another recipe from Bread and Spread

Posted on 01. Jul, 2015 by .

Beetroots are plentiful at any time of year and have the benefit of being inexpensive to buy and very easy to grow - even in pots!  This spread is bright wiath that fantastic purple beetroot colour and uses one of my favourite herbs of all time:  tarragon.  There are various types of tarragon (you can […]

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