Sourdough is a vintage skill set and art of fermentation, with an incredibly delicious ending result. But often, people have a very hard time getting their homemade starter going well, and let’s not even mention getting the bread to taste delightful. I tried my hardest to get it to work, until one day, it all […]
What a perfect day for pizza picnic on the floor! Sourdough pizza bases are my hands down favorite for this kind of thing. Pizza makes a fantastic lunch or quick dinner, as it uses very little of anything, and you can top it with whatever is in the fridge. Find out how to make this […]
Did you know you can cook bread on the grill? I didn’t until my oven quit working. I was complaining about it to a friend and she told me how when she lived in her camper over the summer, she always cooks on the grill instead of that tiny oven that’s in her RV. I […]
Sometimes life happens, and a sourdough starter gets a little…neglected. If it hasn’t been totally abandoned, there’s probably still some life in there, and it can be brought back.
If you’re going to bake sourdough, you need to keep your starter fed. Yeast is active and alive, and the wild yeast in your starter needs to eat to stay so. It’s a simple process.
My aunt passed an amazing sourdough bread recipe to me over Christmastime. It’s good for everything from sandwiches to dip, with just the right amount of tang to enjoy it without being overwhelmed.