Bread. It’s something I am working on mastering. Slowly… The thing I find with bread is the timing is often the biggest challenge – when I work backwards from the time I want to be enjoying my freshly-baked loaf, it sometimes means I am starting it in the middle of the night. I never seem […]
Welcome to this month’s instalment of The Everyday Baker review (I’m spreading it out over the course of a year because with over 170 recipes, it’s a little hard to cover unless you divide it up into chapters!). This month, we’re looking at “Quick to Make” baked goods. I was a little unsure of what […]
Welcome to this month’s instalment of The Everyday Baker review (I’m spreading it out over the course of a year because with over 170 recipes, it’s a little hard to cover unless you divide it up into chapters!). We’re looking at “Morning Food” this month and I must say I wondered what on earth Abby […]
French baking. Sound too complicated to attempt? Let alone with your kids? Never fear – it’s actually much easier than you’d think to create gorgeous French desserts at home – with your kids! With March Break coming up next week here, it’s a great time to get in the kitchen with your kids and here […]
Welcome to the first post in a year-long series examining Abby Dodge’s The Everyday Baker. Each month I will look at one chapter (at over 600 pages, 170 recipes and 1000+ step-by-step photos, its a little too hard to “review” in just one post) in detail, examining the recipes and techniques covered and making a […]
I’m excited to announce the first in a monthly series here on eat. live. travel. write. where I’ll be highlighting a different chapter of The Everyday Baker each month in 2016. Sort of like a year-long book review! If you’re not familiar with this book, it’s a comprehensive resource for anyone who loves to bake, […]
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