Good bread starts with the wheat. Once the wheat is harvested, the grains are carefully milled into flour, and the baker lovingly makes the bread. By the time it reaches your table, you should have a loaf that not only tastes good, but is good for you. This my friends, is the bread experience! The kind you'll want to share with your family and friends.We love to hear your bread stories. Please share them on Facebook or submit your favorite recipe to be featured on the blog.
A few weeks ago, I received a charming ceramic bread cloche from Emerson Creek Pottery. This bread baker is made of unglazed, lead-free clay and handcrafted in the USA. I’ve tested it on several different types of loaves made with various types of flour. This Semolina Loaf is one of my favorites because it can be made completely on a weeknight after work. I enjoy
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