If you see Pizza Marinara on the menu in a pizzeria/Italian restaurant then you know the proprietors are Italian and/or appreciate proper Italian cooking. The reason I say this is because [Read more…]
The August challenge bake was chosen by Elizabeth of blog from our kitchen. Its an interestingly simple bread from one of my favourite baking books, Carol Fields’ “The Italian Baker”.
L’Otto di Merano is a traditional Italian rye bread, simply named after its form (an eight) and its home, Merano. Merano is a town in south Tyrol, northern Italy. Its full of character and famous for wines, particularly the light red wines that Italians do the best. [Read more…]
Here is the 5th and final bread recipe in my herb-bread blog feature. And its a classic Rosemary Focaccia. [Read more…]
I do really love potatoes, and rosemary is the best herb to dress up any form of roasted or baked potato. So it seems very natural to make a Rosemary Potato bread to include in my herb-bread blog feature. [Read more…]
Spring is now turning into summer and my herb garden is thriving. It is so nice to have such an superabundance of fresh summery herbs growing just outside my back door. So I decided to dedicate some bread baking and blogging to my herb garden. [Read more…]