Saturday, February 26

Oatmeal Stout Bread

Oatmeal Stout Bread Emile Henry Artisan Loaf Baker

All the flavors of whole wheat and oatmeal come together in this moist Oatmeal Stout Bread liberally flavored with intense dark beer. Make this bread for sandwiches, to serve with cheese or hearty Irish stew. Whichever you choose, know that this dough is a joy to mix by hand and delivers great flavor with the minimum of fuss. Jump to Recipe Welcome to my celebration of National Flour Month and of making quality bread at


Friday, February 25

Bread Makes the Meal Celebration for National Flour Month March 2022

Bread Makes the Meal

Join me for my Bread Makes the Meal Celebration for National Flour Month March 2022! And an exciting Emile Henry giveaway. Starting March 1, I will share new recipes, tips and tricks to help you bake delicious, crusty bread at home. This is my personal campaign to help you craft delicious bread at home. Each Tuesday for four weeks, I will introduce a new recipe. The four featured recipes – Oatmeal Stout Bread, Rustic Ciabatta,


Friday, February 11

Heavenly Goo (Chocolate Fudge Pudding)

Chocolate Fudge Pudding

Sometimes a gob smacking, over-the-top, super sweet, warm chocolaty treat is the only thing that will brighten a dull day. That’s when it’s time to make Heavenly Goo (Chocolate Fudge Pudding.) As homey a recipe as you’ll ever make, this pan of cake with tunnels of cocoa syrup pleases everyone, especially when served warm with whipped cream. There isn’t much technique to this 1950’s recipe. The base is a light chocolate-scented batter. You sprinkle a


Wednesday, February 09

Individual Chocolate Mocha Lava Cakes

Individual Chocolate Mocha Lava Cakes

Voters in my unofficial Instagram poll agree. What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than with a warm, dense chocolate dessert? Mix these Individual Chocolate Mocha Lava Cakes ahead and bake them to order so that you have a warm dessert for your sweetheart. Although the batter is quite simple, blending then beating it thoroughly helps ensure  a light texture. You beat the batter in the bowl of a mixer fitted with the whip or


"Let no man fancy he knows how to dine
Till he has learnt how taste and taste combine."

-Horace, Satires, 2.4

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