Focaccia is a fairly quick bread to make, and it doesn’t require any special pans. So, it’s no wonder that I make it quite often. While I usually use my basic recipe (check HERE for the post), I sometimes like to experiment with different types of flour (as you can see HERE), even if they’re taking the recipe very far from the authentic Italian version. Continue reading “Multi Grain and Rosemary Focaccia”
These thin and crunchy cookies, are perfect for a summer day: their fresh lemony flavor, combined with the crunchiness and taste of poppy seeds, goes great with cold iced tea or lemonade, with ice cream or sorbet. Continue reading “Lemon, Poppy Seeds and Cornmeal Cookies”
I have a weakness for cornbread. The crumbly texture, the salty yet somewhat sweet flavor, the fact it is so versatile – all these make cornbread one of my favorite breads. There are plenty of recipes for cornbread, including on this blog, however, I think you’ll agree there is always room for one more.
Continue reading “Cornbread with Bacon and Peppers”
Fresh corn season has just begun and it’s time to put this great and versatile ingredient into good use. Continue reading “Corn, Red Pepper and Cheese Muffins”