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28 October, 2013

Apple Tart from Baking by Hand

Apple Tart from Baking by Hand
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Having received the review copy of the book  I decided to give their Classic A&J Apple Tart a go, since our apple trees have given us a fair number of apples to use up. This would also let me have a quick look at how well the recipes are explained in the book. I will post
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7 October, 2013

Baking By Hand Give-Away!

Baking By Hand Give-Away!
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Yumarama.com is happy to offer our readers a chance to score a copy of the book Baking By Hand: The authors, Andy and Jackie King, run a bakery, A&J King Artisan Bakers in Salem, Massachusetts, where they create a delicious and extensive line of hand-made breads and pastries. Here a brief description of the book from
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29 September, 2013

Working at Riso

Working at Riso
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It’s been a long while since I posted actual baking pics so here’s a set I snapped of a recent Saturday morning bake at Riso where I work.   A typical work day looks something like this: Most days, I produce about 20 sourdough loaves, 16 country white loaves, 10 seeded whole wheat, 3 egg
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27 September, 2013

Video: Bread and the Baker

Video: Bread and the Baker

Here’s a short preview of a project currently looking for some crowd funding. I’ll let their own description explain: “This experimental documentary will explore the craft of baking what it takes to produce a high quality loaf of bread.  It will also focus into the world of competitive baking and the process of what it
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27 September, 2013

Video: Secrets of Sourdough

Video: Secrets of Sourdough

A quick (8 minutes) video that delves a little into the wonders of sourdough bread. It includes a very brief but handy explanation of the differences between regular yeast bread and natural yeast bread, as well as an interesting look at a typical day in a small bakery. Like this:Like Loading…

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