Italian Herb Sourdough Crackers

The trick to making crispy sourdough crackers is baking them long enough that they become crispy and golden. Little Spoon Farm has a terrific sourdough cracker using sourdough discard. I adapted the recipe creating a salty-herb cracker with wonderful Italian flavors. The olive oil replacement for butter contributed to a nice crispy cracker that mayContinue reading “Italian Herb Sourdough Crackers”

Holy Hot Cross Buns

Before Easter, Deb @everything.sourdough posted photos of her Sourdough Hot Cross Buns on Instagram. She mentioned that they are “traditionally eaten on Good Friday”. This piqued my interest. So I decided to do a bit of online research about the history of hot cross buns. Not surprisingly, there were numerous and fascinating websites to exploreContinue reading “Holy Hot Cross Buns”

Eat a Peach, A Memoir

“The greatest forms of creativity are born of paradox” — David Chang I was shopping at the nearest food co-op and noticed the cashier with a closed book on the counter. Always curious about what others are reading, I asked her about it. The book had an interesting cover. DAVID CHANG’s name was in largeContinue reading “Eat a Peach, A Memoir”