Baking Sunday

I am very excited to write this post and share my great experience here! Baking Sunday! – First of all, I would like to introduce everyone to Chip. He is my Bread Mentor. When I met him the first time, he had a container with ‘ready-to-bake-bread-dough’ inside, and started shaping the dough and baking bread … Continue reading

Prologue – Trials at making my perfect Sourdough Baguettes

Go back to the “Classic.“ I’ve been working on making my perfect Sourdough Baguettes. Crumb : Chewy / Open / Airy / Holey Crust : Extra crusty / Nice golden color / Happy oven spring Tons of flavor / Good texture Above all, DELICIOUS. It is amazing only this much of sourdough starter makes bread … Continue reading

Sourdough Boule with Japanese Clay Pot

Japanese Clay Pot (a.k.a. Donabe) is a symbol of comfort food for Japanese people. People use Donabe for cooking rice, hot pot, stew etc. Family members or friends come together around the table and share a meal out of one pot, so that you can build a sense of closeness, warmness… Therefore, I felt all … Continue reading

Croissant – Sourdough

We all love it! Flaky, Fluffy, Buttery Croissant! – Ever since I started focusing on my excess sourdough starter, (← Please read this post ) I have been interested in the sourdough bread more than before. Ideally, I should bake the sourdough bread more often… – When I found this recipe through TFL, I was … Continue reading

Baguette – Herbs

Since I really like this formula, I decided to make more variations of baguettes with my favorite ingredients. This time…. Sage + Thyme + Rosemary! I got an inspiration from therightrecipe’s this post. Her caramelized tomatoes on the baguettes look super yummy, so, I wanted to bake the baguette goes well with it! Ready to bake in … Continue reading

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