Remember yesterday how we talked about bread machines and friends and white bread? Well today we’re not just talking – we’re baking.
Hope you’re hungry for some fresh bread!
This recipe comes from The Bread Bible by Beth Hensperger – a book full of bread and bread-type recipes. Yeast doughs, quick breads, biscuits, cakes – you name it, it’s probably in there. Unfortunately, I have yet to try many of those recipes.
It’s funny. I’ve had this book for 5 years, at least. Back then I had the good intention to start baking fresh bread on a fairly regular basis, so I went on a bread book shopping spree.
. . . And then my good intention died abruptly, and I was left with a pile of specialty cookbooks in the basement. Collecting dust.
I”m very happy to have recently dusted off the cover of this book. I love its variety, its thorough nature, and its overall format. Very user friendly, indeed!
Before I share the recipe, I thought I’d give you a quick run-down of the process in picture form. Sounds like a plan.