From Chef Mary Berry’s Blog
Peanut Butter, Chocolate, Banana each alone are wonderful tastes. Put them together in one recipe and it’s heavenly. This is a beautiful bread that is topped with a chocolate ganache. My husband loves ganache, so I know that this will be a winner in our house!
From the Something Clean Something Green Blog!
Panzella is one of our favorite salads. It’s a great way to use stale bread. This recipe adds a delightful twist by using rye bread. And there comes a point that we are overwhelmed by all the tomatoes from our garden. Homegrown tomatoes make this a great treat! Great recipe!
I love bread. Bread with butter is even better! So I am always looking for a great recipe to make. As I have gotten older, I want not just a great recipe, I want something that is quick and easy to make. A couple of week ago, I did a some no knead rolls that turned out pretty good. They need some work though and I will repost on that when I get satisfactory results.
But I have a great find! I stumbled upon Alexandra’s Kitchen! It’s a great website with some recipes I know I will be trying. The first one that I just had to try out was a bread, of course! It was her mother’s ‘no knead peasant bread.” I loved it. Toothy with a good crumb. It didn’t go stale overnight. My husband like it as well. Check it out. Keep Reading!
Yesterday was a crazy day for me. A couple of meetings. I promised my husband I would do some errands for him. I promised myself I would plant the rest of the eggplant plants. I also wanted to get ready to plant some Jalapeno peppers later this week. By the time I got done and looked at the clock, it was 4:15. Time to think about what’s for dinner. There was a lot of fresh veggies and lettuce. A salad? Sounds good. Is there any bread to go with it? No bread! Well, I didn’t feel like kneading bread. I am not crazy about quick bread with salad. I thought hmm… Google is my friend. So, I googled no knead bread rolls and got a lot of ideas. However, this one on the Oprah website looked especially good. It was for 24 rolls, so I cut the recipe in half(there is only my husband and me). It was easy to make and turned out great! However, I did cook them a bit longer than I should have. The half of recipe made huge rolls. I will make this again and cut the recipe in half again so I am only making 6 rolls. I will let you know how that turns out. http://www.oprah.com/food/No-Knead-Dinner-Rolls If you try the recipe, please let me know what you think! Marcey