Beet, Beer & Cheddar Mock-Baguette

Beet, Beer & Cheddar Mock-Baguette

 

Hey guys! Easter is always a good opportunity for us to spend a huge amount of time in the kitchen—and this year we really turned it all up a notch. We cooked every day and some days it was first, second and third, followed by a food coma of epic proportions. I...

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Easter Bread

Easter Bread

 

Hey guys! Easter is here! For Europeans, and particularly Eastern Europeans, that means a whole day’s project—baking traditional Easter Breads. The Easter Bread is a ritual bread used in the Greek Orthodox tradition and dates back to Byzantium. It’s sweet,...

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24 Free Food Photographs for Your Designs

24 Free Food Photographs for Your Designs

 

Hey guys! I might have mentioned a couple of times on the blog that Simeon and I are complete geeks 😉 A lot of our conversations involve phrases like VPS management, font-aliasing, database collating, image-culling, templating systems…you get the picture. Simeon...

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Rye Sesame Crackers

Rye Sesame Crackers

 

Hey guys! Our series on flatbreads continues with this recipe for rye crackers. Rye was considered a secondary crop for thousands of years before it was cultivated and people started growing it deliberately. Nowadays, most rye production is concentrated in Central and...

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Red Wine Biga Bread

Red Wine Biga Bread

 

Hey guys! Our bread baking journey continues with a new challenge—we’ve been dabbling in sourdough bread baking for some time, experimenting with starters and recipes. Our successes have been modest at best, with most of what we make ending up in the garbage. It...

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Whiskey Bread

Whiskey Bread

 

So, it appears that we’ve started an alcohol-spiked bread series here. Last time we made a red wine biga bread and today we’re giving an Irish whiskey bread a shot 😉 Get it? Errr, lame joke, I know, sorry. Anyway, this sweet soda bread has raisins, butter,...

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Flatbread – Flour Tortilla

Flatbread – Flour Tortilla

 

The tortilla is probably the most famous of all flatbread. It originated in America and was traditionally made from corn—a grass indigenous to the continent.  When the Spanish arrived, they named this traditional bread ‘tortilla’, a Spanish word meaning...

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Flatbread – Lavash

Flatbread – Lavash

 

Hi, guys. When it comes to cooking there isn’t much that’s more basic and important than bread. This is where we want to start our cooking adventure. We’ll be baking bread this whole month and writing about the different processes involved, the...

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It’s All About The Food

It’s All About The Food

 

Hi. Welcome to our kitchen. We have a lot to share, so let’s start. Our cooking history is very colorful and a little bit painful, and the results have often been either meh, or just plain indigestible. Our persistence is the only constant – we try, and try, and...

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