From "The Versitile Grain", by Sheryl and Mel London. Bake this the day before you need it, so the flavors have a chance to meld, or freeze it to use within a a month or so.
This tea bread makes a great breakfast when you've got weekend house guests. If you like a nuttier taste, substitute un-toasted walnut oil for the canola oil.
Author and food blogger Jennifer Perillo shares well-tested scratch cooking strategies in her cookbook Homemade with Love: Simple Scratch Cooking from In Jennie's Kitchen .
There also have been a number of upgrades facilitated by the 2011 purchase by Rians, a family-owned company that also owns Laura Chenel's Chevre in Sonoma County.
You may have met Rose Lawrence already, at her bread stand at the Santa Monica Farmer's Market, at her jam-making classes at Jessica Koslow's Sqirl, or at her recent meat-curing class at Surfas.
With leftover rhubarb , a few remaining strawberries , half a baguette, and the last dribble of orange marmalade staring me down, I debated my options.
Back in the day, a market in New Jersey might consist of a single farmer selling corn, tomatoes and blueberries from a roadside stand during the summer.
Guli Pinhasov, the proprietor and brains behind Kemachim, began his professional career as a baker and patissier, so not surprisingly the bread and rolls at his cafA© in Ganei Tikva are outstanding.
When it comes to the romance of home-baked bread, nothing beats the notion of sourdough.
Stopping at a place in Hixson, I found "Penn Station East Coast Subs" that I believe is fairly new.
Back in 2012, we mentioned ~M.H. BREAD AND BUTTER~ was opening in San Anselmo. Well, this cafe from co-owners Nathan Yanko and Devon Crosby-Helms is now open.
The Great Lakes Brewing Company is trying to recreate a 5,000-year-old Sumerian brew using only clay pots and wood spoons.
The Restaurant Takeaway column is devoted to restaurant dishes you can make in your own kitchen, tweaked for home cooks.
The beauty of ice cream in summer is you really don't need to do anything to it to enjoy it.
The New Amsterdam Market is bringing its selection of artisanal food vendors back to the Seaport this summer - but only for one day.
A bread delivery driver has been awarded $18,000 after being sacked for refusing his boss's orders to beg for petrol when he ran out of fuel while making his rounds.