Focaccia, a typical Italian bread, in the early days baked on hot stones and that became wonderfully airy. Focaccia is delicious with a soup or barbecue. Without additions it’s lovely, but you can also add flavors or filling . Now … Read the rest
Corn bread is slightly sweet (because of the corn) and got a beautiful yellow color. And it tastes great. The crispy outside (and delicious smell in the whole house) makes it a real party to bake this bread.
I often … Read the rest
In Greece, it’s a tradition to bake a Greek Easter bread known as Tsoureki for Easter breakfast. It’s a sweet, spicy brioche bread decorated with colored eggs. Mostly red colored eggs, but since I prefer to use a natural colorant, … Read the rest
These Zeeuwse bolussen reminds me of my childhood where every Saturday my mother bought these and we enjoyed them with a cup of tea. How sweet those memories are.
One of my favorite recurring topics of the month is the … Read the rest
This apple bread is a sweet bread. Delicious as a variation on a banana bread. And the whole house smells great with the apple and cinnamon flavor.
It’s autumn again and then there are plenty of apples for sale. Now … Read the rest
Recently, I was looking for a nice hamburger buns recipe . You can buy them ready- made in the supermarket, but to be honest it tastes just as elastic. The sandwiches are also long lasting, which isn’t normal for bread, … Read the rest
You know what I like with the Easter breakfast ? A traditional Dutch Easter bun where you take out a almond paste and smear it on the slice. However, I have one problem. Here in this house, I am the … Read the rest
Many of my photographs are published on foodgawker, a large food site in America. And of course I also take a look between the other placed images. And when I did I came across this African Egg Rolls. That seemed … Read the rest
A great recipe for cranberry buns, delicious when eaten warm with a bit of butter. Made from scratch and delicious for brunch.
You enter the house and the smell of freshly baked bread is coming towards you. The table is … Read the rest
The delicious smell of freshly baked bread! This recipe for homemade baguette is super easy and you create a baguette with a crunchy outside and a soft inside in just one day.
You enter the house and it smells terrific. … Read the rest
A real nice dish as appetizer or in between at Christmas. A filled pull apart bread! Filled with a mixture of mozzarella and cream cheese. And sprinkled with fresh herbs. Sounds delicious?
- You do not have bread baking
Another Christmas recipe and this time Sweet Christmas bread! Flavoured with a dash of orange through the dough and sprinkled with pearl sugar.
The recipe for the dough I found on the blog of Levine. A Dutch blog where I … Read the rest
It’s almost weekend and what I like most of them are the breakfast with warm buns. This week we serve a real special one: sugar buns. Sweet buns, sprinkled with pearl sugar. If you put this on the breakfast table … Read the rest
The Daring Baker’s October 2011 challenge was Povitica, hosted by Jenni of The Gingered Whisk. Povitica is a traditional Eastern European Dessert Bread that is as lovely to look at as it is to eat!
A great recipe we’ve got … Read the rest
This time, Peta from Australia (a non-blog member of the daring kitchen) challenged us to make a stock and turn it in a soup or consomme. And a bread to accompany the soup,
I’m used to make my own stocks … Read the rest
The challenge of this month is hosted by Mary from the blog Mary Culinairy. She loves curry and has collected a few great recipes for us as a challenge, which included appams. I didn’t had a clue what appams were … Read the rest