Baking buttery treats together
Not only does Delilahs stew taste fantastic, it looks autumnal as well. How perfect!
With everyone stuck at home, flour has tended to be in somewhat erratic supply since the lockdown started. Especially strong flour, which I haven’t seen in weeks. Anyway, Tesco are trying to get ahead of the demand curve with these ten kilo bags. Probably as restaurants and bakeries aren’t buying these sizes there’s a surplus. […]
200g rye flour, plus extra for dusting 200g strong white or wholemeal flour 7g sachet fast-action dried yeast ½ tsp fine salt 1 tbsp honey Here’s a recipe that turned out rather well. It makes a small loaf with a good flavour that’s very tasty with cheese. A dense bread that’s also very easy to slice. Needs a […]
Industrial production of food has substantially changed what we eat. Our food has become higher quality, but in doing so it has also lost some of it’s benefits. Delilah recently sent me on a newsletter from https://www.greenearthorganics.ie/ pointing out that dirty is better – carrots covered in dirt last longer and are probably better for […]