Tag Archives: all you knead is bread
Posted on 08. Jan, 2014 by virtuousbread.
Rosca de Reyes is bread that Mexicans bake and eat to celebrate epiphany. All over the world, epiphany is celebrated with special bread - enriched with butter, eggs, or milk; packed with dried fruit; or enhanced with spices - or all of the above! The Mexican version is a very rich bread, flavoured with orange […]
Posted on 07. Nov, 2013 by virtuousbread.
Soda bread is a classic Irish bread. This simple recipe for soda bread is ready in 30 minutes and is perfect for when you do not have a lot of time, when you have run out of bread or when unexpected guests show up for lunch! Delicious and satisfying, it compliments any meal with its simple elegance. […]
Posted on 08. May, 2013 by virtuousbread.
Buns with fresh herbs A spot of culling was called for today as the herbs in their pots were looking rather leggy. Rather than throw all those lovely fresh herbs away, I made some lovely buns, adding fresh thyme, marjoram and rosemary. But first, here is my very first VINE video attempt (phew, a second […]
Posted on 02. Mar, 2013 by virtuousbread.
A Canadian nutritioninst, food blogger and cook book reviewer, Sarah Reid, has written a wonderful, thoughtful, and very well tested review of All You Knead Is Bread. Here it is,the first bit - and please click to the rest - enjoy! "There are few things that embody the heart and spirit of the creator more […]
Posted on 28. Jan, 2013 by virtuousbread.
Marnely Rodriguez-Murray is a Dominican-Republic-born, Martha's-Vineyard-living chef and food writer with an excellent blog and a deservedly large following. I discovered her in the Twittersphere when she wrote some really kind things about All You Knead Is Bread on her blog Cooking with Books. Of course I want to share them here but more importantly […]
Posted on 03. Jan, 2013 by virtuousbread.
What is the difference between instant yeast and dry yeast? How can I substitute for fresh yeast when I cannot get any? How do I use a sourdough starter in a recipe that calls for yeast? Recently I have had a lot of questions about yeast so it was about time to write a little […]
Posted on 20. Dec, 2012 by virtuousbread.
In my research for my new book, The Book of Buns, I have discovered an amazing fact. Scalding flour before adding it to bread dough is not a technique limited to Scandinavia. In fact, is used all over Asia to make buns! Yes! Many of the recipes for the buns I have been eating for […]
Posted on 28. Nov, 2012 by virtuousbread.
Great books for Christmas? Look no further than All You Knead Is Bread. So many advantages: 1. You can order it on Amazon and it is delivered to your house OR you can go and have a beautiful browse for other Christmas presents in a book shop while you pick it up. The Cook Book […]
Posted on 25. Oct, 2012 by virtuousbread.