Category Archives: Bread

Pizza with Onion Confit

For the first recipe of 2013, the bakers of Tuesdays With Dorie are tackling Pizza with Onion Confit courtesy of Steve Sullivan, founder of the Acme Bread Company of Berkeley, California.  Like many in the Bay Area culinary scene, Steve … Continue reading

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Finnish Pulla

Finnish Pulla is the second recipe for TWD in December.  As with Gingerbread Baby Cakes before it, Pulla is often associated with the winter holiday season.  Beatrice Ojakangas’ recipe further emphasizes a seasonal connection by suggesting the pulla be formed … Continue reading

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Bagels

Lauren Groveman’s Bagels mark my return to the TWD fold, having had to skip out on Cranberry-Walnut Pumpkin Loaves two weeks ago.  I’ll be getting to that recipe in two weeks, taking advantage of the catch-up post on October 31.  … Continue reading

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Whole Wheat Loaves

For Craig Kominiak’s Whole Wheat Loaves, I was again splitting time between Marin and Southern California.  Though I actually made the dough and baked the bread on time, travel and a full calendar delayed my write-up until Thursday.  Yet a … Continue reading

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Semolina Bread

Although I have owned “Baking With Julia” for more than a dozen years, prior to joining Tuesdays With Dorie, I only managed to make a few recipes from the book.  Semolina Bread from baking instructor Nick Malgieri was one of … Continue reading

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White Loaves

Here it is. My first post for Tuesdays With Dorie. I started mixing up the White Loaves dough around 4 pm today. I had baked this recipe once about five years ago. That time I used regular all-purpose flour. This … Continue reading

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