In the last post I told you the story about Crazy Dough, now is the time to show you what you can do with it. The easiest thing is to make is focaccia, a flat Italian bread. Just take a piece of Crazy dough, shape it into irregular focaccia shape, drizzle with some olive oil and sprinkle with rosemary and sea salt. You can add some olives, thinly sliced onion, cheese, ham, anchovies, vegetables – whatever you like. Bake for 20 minutes and you will get a tasty focaccia with no trouble at all!...more
I made a focaccia bread recipe from America's Test Kitchen - I love it! A no knead recipe - only pain, is that you need to let the biga (starter dough) rise for-ever!The end result is always super good though!posted it on my blogspot page - enjoy! A Blog About Nothing – Focaccia Bread
What I'm about to tell you will revolutionize your backyard barbecues this summer: pizza on the grill. Imagine, lazy afternoons sipping cocktails with friends and watching the fire danceno hot kitchen required. Unless you count the bread machine that does much of the prep work for the focaccia.
Happy New Year! It’s been cold here the past few days, down in the 20s at night. And since I’ve been in warm environments for the past eight years that is darn cold to me. But I was born and raised in the frigid state of North Dakota, so people are shocked to find that I’m from there and actually get cold (and also because I’ve lost all traces of my Northern accent. Seen the movie Fargo? Yup, that’s how they talk). In my defense, I was not a very good North Dakota girl. Up there people will start leaving their coats at home when the temperatures rise, yes rise, to the 30s....more