From communion to family meals, bread has always brought people together. Today, more and more bakers are returning to traditionally fermented sourdough breads, and we are thrilled.
Sourdough starters require a bit of attention and care, but it’s worth every moment to enjoy fresh, tangy sourdough bread from your own oven.
At some point this summer while I had my head down focused on growing, building and learning as much as I possibly could, I looked up and realized I was becoming a resource and a mentor in my field.
Traditional dishes are more than food. They represent a bond we as descendants of immigrants hold to: a bond of community.
Dig out the Dutch oven. Long, cold, winter afternoons are the perfect time to warm up the kitchen with a simple and comforting braise.
When the dark comes early and cold settles in, you can curse the winter, or you can choose to boil some water and pour yourself a cup of tea, embracing the quiet season that brings us an opportunity to slow down.
Spring 2014 Issue
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