Soft Milk Bread Rolls

To quote Biko Zulu “I love writers who use very simple words and make deceptively simple, beautiful sentences.” Alexander Lobrano, writing for Saveur (May 2, 2016) creates that kind of beauty. “It started, of course, with baguettes. I’d finish one on my own in a day: half for breakfast, sliced horizontally and toasted, a process…

Carbonara, tortillas and more …

This is a new series that shares some fun links from the web, as well as troubleshooting or diving deeper into a recipe or cooking technique. The best flour tortillas recipe on YouTube. Guaranteed delicious roast chicken. For the dry rub, whatever you have will work. I mix cayenne, cumin, and paprika. Spaghetti carbonara has…

Chocolate Brioche

The CO-VID 19 pandemic has us stuck at home and many are baking bread. So here comes another bread recipe for you to try. Something a little more adventurous than the selection seen below: We have enough time to try it out and get creative with it. This post was inspired pre-corona though. It was…

No-knead Bread

Once upon a time in Kenya, there was a loaf of bread know as Elliot’s. It was packaged in a waxy translucent paper that you don’t see anymore. Trips to shags (ancestral home) were not complete without a few loaves of Elliot’s and BlueBand. And truth be told, at 4 or 5 pm nothing tasted…

Gluten-free Bread

This rice-flour bread is yummy-for-the-world. Rita says she got this gluten-free bread recipe from Noreen’s kitchen and “someone-else’s kitchen”—she can’t quite remember—and combined the recipes to get this amazing bread. This is a great bread for breakfast and sandwiches. Something to note is the bread is best stored in the fridge in a plastic bag….

Homemade Bread

This bread is soft and fluffy and the perfect in between of not a light yet not a dense bread. It’s great for breakfast, sandwiches, or as a side with spaghetti and meatballs, or just simple bread and cheese. This recipe makes two loaves and the rise time is about an hour. In the past…

Simple Loaf of Bread

This bread is soft and fluffy and the perfect in between of not a light yet not a dense bread. It’s great for breakfast, sandwiches, as a side with spaghetti and meatballs, or just with cheese. This recipe makes two big loaves and the total rise time is an hour. In the past I feared…