The people from Recco are pretty clear about which cheese to use in a Foccacia di Recco. However, given that I have never been able to find it, I have just used various things: gorgonzola, qwark, mozzarella, a mixture of cottage cheese with fresh herbs and spring onions…so a Focaccia di Recco but not as
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The Italian Baker by Carol Field just keeps on giving. I have had a break from the Italian Bread Project for a few weeks but have come back to it after a discombobulating Easter and Royal Wedding double bill. Sourdough pane di Genzano is sensational. Like all these bread recipes it turns out an incredible
Sourdough pane di Terni from the Italian Bread Project – delicious!
Sourdough saltless Tuscan bread is – well – delicious.
Sourdough olive oil bread – the fourth in the Italian Bread Project.
Sourdough ciabatta. Chewy and moist. Not really like the ciabatta I have had in London but maybe like the real thing? Do let me know!
Sourdough bread pronounced best ever by 5 year old who asked me to move in. Resident baker? Maybe not just yet…
Sourdough Pane di Como – very nice indeed.
Italian bread is perfect for sharing. Whether it is tearing apart big fluffy-crispy focaccia at a party or dipping grissini into a communal bowl of something lovely or arguing loudly about how to fry garlic while you rip up ciabatta to mop up the sauce on your plate…..(I have begun to dribble). This week at
Nearly one year ago I received an e mail from a woman called Liz Siena. She is an American who has long lived in London and who volunteers at a centre for refugee women in South London. She found Virtuous Bread because she had an idea… “Wouldn’t it be nice to help (a refugee woman)