For St Patrick’s Day last week, my boss wanted to create a traditional Irish dinner of corned beef and cabbage and soda bread. He had a recipe for corned beef and knew what he wanted for the cabbage, but I … Continue reading Soda Bread Slice (21/31 MARCH SOLSC) #sol22
Yesterday, I was given bread dough that just had to complete its last prove and then could be baked! My nannying family made too much sourdough for the meal they were having, so I got given what they didn’t need … Continue reading Food from the season (346/365) #blogaday
Yesterday I ATTEMPTED to make biscotti. Since the bread doesn’t have to prove, I thought it would be simple. Oh how I was wrong haha! At first my logs flattened out a ton and then were mostly raw after the … Continue reading Burdened by baking biscotti (311/365) #blogaday
I bought a frozen butternut squash risotto and it was so delicious! It really brought me all the Fall feels 🙂 Something about warm food with seasonal ingredients can really get your mind in the right place. I also baked … Continue reading Fall Food (303/365) #blogaday
Last weekend, I decided to try to REMAKE a Chocolate Couronne. A few years ago, I attempted my first couronne at my parents’ house and let’s just say it was a messy burnt experience haha! Feel free to check out … Continue reading Conquering the couronne! (127/365) #blogaday
It has been a busy month of cooking and trying new recipes! It all started when I went back home for my friend’s wedding – my … Continue reading Eating while Experimenting
After watching The Great British Bake Off, I have been inspired to make something from scratch! Since I was a bit nervous about messing it up, … Continue reading Kneading and proving, then bake – oh my!
There once was a girl named Hannah who tried cooking bread with banana. Flour fell to the floor, which meant bread no more. The banana instead became pudding. The limerick above was inspired by the one and only time that … Continue reading Banana bread gone bad..? DAY 17/31 March SOL