This is the second post in a series on baking with fresh-milled flour. Few things can compare to baking with fresh-milled flour. When mixed with water, the striking aroma, soft texture, and creamy color excite the senses. Milling flour at home requires a little extra time but it’s worth it for the added flavor and nutrition. This […]
You love to bake. Your chocolate chip cookies are classic. Your pie crust is without peer. Your muffins? Magnificent. So why mess with a good thing by substituting a whole grain, like sprouted wheat, for your favorite all-purpose flour? Because you need to get past your fear of whole grains. Or your resistance to change. […]
“I want to make a bread recipe that calls for all-purpose flour, and all I have on my shelf right now is bread flour. Is it okay to substitute bread flour for all-purpose flour?” There are countless reasons you may end up with a distinctive blue bag of King Arthur Unbleached Bread Flour on your […]
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Artisan baker Maurizio Leo returns for his second post in Flourish. Maurizio’s award-winning blog, The Perfect Loaf, is a beautifully photographed ode to baking naturally leavened sourdough. Check out his previous piece on Naturally Leavened Brioche-Style Kugelhopf. Sliced sandwich bread was an undisputed staple of my childhood. Unfortunately, it’s earned itself a fairly bad rap […]
With this post we welcome Maurizio Leo as a regular contributor to Flourish. Maurizio’s award-winning blog, The Perfect Loaf, is a beautifully photographed ode to baking naturally leavened sourdough. My family’s end-of-the-year holiday meals are always punctuated with a towering, golden panettone. The eggy, buttery cake is the perfect finale to a large gathering, and […]
Christmas and cranberries.
The two go together like Beatles and Sunday. Brad and Angie- er, whoops. Um. Milk and cookies. I was imagining a tea bread that might work for gluten-free French toast, you see. The sort of breakfast you'd like to wake up to on Christmas morning. Something warm with melting butter and cozy cinnamon. Something festive. Special. Not your average grab-on-the-go with coffee nosh. A gluten-free bread worthy of a holiday.
That's how it all started.
When it dawned me. Cranberry bread. Why not? It's simple. And not too sweet. It flirts magically with maple syrup. So I started daydreaming about the tart little berry that is a bog's ruby jewel.
And a gluten-free cranberry bread recipe was born.
Playing Dress Up.
This is not your average weeknight cornbread. You know, the one you toss together from a gluten-free mix to serve with a bowl of white chicken chili as you catch up with Mad Men. Nope. This tender cake-like cornbread is a pinch more elegant. A gently sweet treat you might serve at high tea with a gaggle of girlfriends (or low tea, depending upon the company you keep). Picture fresh cut flowers on the table, stemmed glasses filled with dewy fresh berries, a pot of Earl Grey tea or organic chamomile buds steeping beneath a cozy.
This is the sort of cornbread that begs to be served with style. That longs to be gussied up. The kind of cornbread you eat with a fork.
A cornbread that secretly dreams of being cake.
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