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"Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day," Hertzberg & Francois

Pros: Amazing bread; very detailed instructions; incredibly easy Cons: Doesn’t work as well with whole grains Rating: 5 out of 5 Review book courtesy of St. Martin’s Press. Visit the Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day website (includes errata

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DONE!

We have a printer box full of bread and then some. The whole wheat oatmeal rolls are delicious, and the Kachauri is so good it’s taking a supreme act of will to avoid hoarding it for ourselves. We’re resting our

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Corniness

The Cheese Sambouseks came out deLIGHTfully delicious. Now we’re making a quadruple batch of corn muffins (with whole kernels and chipotle cheddar), which actually only works out to 24 muffins since this recipe makes small batches. We’re also baking batches

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Cheeeeeese… and split peas

Next we made Cheese Sambouseks, made from a batch of Kahk dough surrounding a cheese-and-egg filling (we decided to use a rather untraditional mix of chevre and maple-smoked cheddar). Those are currently in the oven. We’ve also made a batch

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It has begun!

As previously mentioned, my husband and I are baking bread for 25 people for a friend’s Twelfth Night feast. Last night we made doughs from the ‘Artisan bread in 5 minutes a day’ book for a plain artisan loaf and

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Stuff for Gamers

Take a look at the shirts-n-things in our stuff for gamers store.

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