This tasty cake started, once again, with a few ripe bananas that I needed to put into good use. Continue reading “Multi Flour Lime, Banana and Mint Cake”
This tasty bread is very easy to make: it only requires a bit of mixing – and waiting in between. If you have a day around the house, this is the project to choose. Continue reading “No knead Multigrain Bread”
This tasty, summery focaccia comes from Tuscany, and is believed to have Etruscan origins.
From the first time I’ve tried this unique bread, I loved how the taste of the sweet and slightly acidic grapes, combined with the saltiness of the bread and the wonderful aroma from the rosemary, were just perfect together. Continue reading “Multi Grain Focaccia with Grapes and Rosemary”
Once again I’ve been experimenting with baking with different types of flour. This time I combined quite a few of them, to create these very tasty breads. The texture came out incredibly multi-layered, where each type of flour brought a unique one. Continue reading “Multi Grain Bread stuffed with Roasted Vegetables”
Usually, even when I try to make the same recipe twice, I end up with a different version of some kind, and the following pizza is one of the examples for this habit. The original post from last year, included toppings such as fresh mozzarella cheese and Andouille sausage, along with peppers, onions and oyster mushrooms.
This tasty bread is the result of an inspiring post by Nancy from the lovely “Feasting with Friends” blog, combined with some leftover spelt and semolina pizza dough I had in my fridge (recipe for which was posted here a couple of months ago). Continue reading “Bread Roulade with Bacon-Onion Chutney”
Once again, I go back to one of my favorite ingredients, caramelized onions. It is always fascinating to see how one simple ingredient can turn into such a tasty food only by cooking it slowly and patiently. This time, I’ve decided to make an onion tart with it. Continue reading “Onion tart”