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Sunday Dinner

  Spring has finally sprung. Sunny, 80°, chirping birds, and a dog running through the sprinkl...

Onion Poppy Seed Bread

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

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...

Crusty Italian Bread

  The New Year needs to start off right – and that means a fresh loaf – or two R...

Cheese & Onion Bread

Feeding a cold can be a real pain, sometimes. The taste buds are a bit dull so flavors need to be a...

Pane Siciliano Tre

I got into the kitchen early this morning. I haven’t really been playing a lot, lately, and d...

Focaccia – Ragusa-Style

  One of our many fun food finds in Sicily was a local take on focaccia. While everywhere we we...

Pane Siciliano

Last night I pulled out my beat-up old copy of  The Italian Baker by Carol Field.  I had planned ...

Onion Pistachio Bread

    When Victor said he was going to make gnocchi for dinner this morning, my first though...

Walnut Raisin Bread

I have been baking bread for more years than I care to admit to. From the thousands upon thousands o...

Sourdough Country Bread

  A mid-week day off is unusual for me, so I thought I’d take advantage of it with a loa...

Pepper Bread

  It started off a bright, sunny day, but as it nears the Equinox, the temperature is dropping...

Peppers

  The peppers are suddenly multiplying, outside. What started off as a pretty dismal season ha...