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Mafaldine and Semelle

We just had a quiet dinner at home. Nonna is off with her eldest son, so it was time to break out the long noodles and bake some bread. Nonna’s no longer a fan of noodles – spaghetti, linguine, pappardelle – so we don’t have them as oft...

Sunday Bread-Baking

I have had two metal bread pans for as long as I can remember. I really don’t know where or when I got them. They have just always been there. It’s funny. There are some things that I can tell you practically date and time where I got something ...

Knotted Dinner Rolls

I have a pot roast in the oven and pot roast requires bread or rolls to sop up all that luscious gra...

Wisconsin Spicy Cheese Bread

We were watching PBS a few weeks ago – we’re Liberal Elites, you know – and on cam...

Yellow Tomato Bread

Houston. We have tomatoes. And when life hands you a basket of tomatoes, you get baking. I needed to...

Pecorino Cheese Bread

When we were down at Reading Terminal Market last week, we stopped off at MeltKraft for grilled chee...

Walnut Raisin Bread

It’s been snowing now for 24 continuous hours. One of the best snowfalls I’ve seen in ye...

Pane all’Olio

This is an adaption of Pane all’Olio from Carol Field’s The Italian Baker. I have used a...

Milk Bread and Daisy Organic Flour

Finally a recipe from Bon Appetit that I feel like making! The magazine has changed too much for me...

Spaghetti and a Loaf of Bread

  Sunday easy livin’… We took a trip down to West Chester to pick up some seasonal...

Pane al Pistacchio

One of my go-to books for Italian breads is Carol Field’s The Italian Baker. I have had her b...

Onion Poppy Seed Bread

  It’s been a week and a half since I last baked any bread. I’m slipping! Bread is ...

Barmbrack

We’re having a bit of a green food contest at work Tuesday during our store meeting. My entr...

Bacon and Tomato Swirl Bread

It’s snowing outside, so I stayed home from work, today. I actually had every intention of go...

Blushing Tomato Bread

I’ve been working on reworking my mom’s cook books into something a bit more user-friend...