When my husband learned during the Whole30 that he reacts to gluten, there were two things he was sad about missing out on: homemade pizza and taco night. We haven’t made any progress on pizza yet, since we’re generally avoiding cheese and he’s avoiding tomatoes too. However, we’ve made HUGE progress on taco night everClick to Continue »
Would you believe that until just a few weeks ago, I had never made cornbread from scratch? I’ve made lots of types of bread… white sandwich bread, flour tortillas, pita bread, fluffy biscuits, rosemary sea salt flat bread and even homemade seasoned breadcrumbs… but not cornbread. Until now. Prepare to be amazed friends – thisClick to Continue »
Early on in our switch to real food, I made it my personal mission to switch from white flour to wheat flour. I even took on the additional work of soaking grains, like in my soaked whole wheat bread. And you know what happened? My family retaliated. I don’t remember his words exactly, but I’mClick to Continue »
I have to be completely honest and tell you that this recipe was a complete accident. This is also the exact comment Mr. Crumbs made when he ate this: Oh my goodness, this is the best thing you’ve ever made. So, if you’ve ever looked for a rosemary sea salt flatbread recipe, you can stopClick to Continue »
With all the bread we make in our house (man bread, no-knead artisan bread, rosemary olive oil bread… just to name a few), it drives me absolutely insane to have to buy breadcrumbs. In case you’re wondering why I would BUY them when it’s so easy to make homemade Italian style breadcrumbs, well, I haveClick to Continue »
Nooks and crannies guys. Nooks.And.Crannies. You know you love them. You know you love them more when they’re filled with butter and jam. Or just butter. Because really, when you have a great einkorn English muffin, jam just complicates things. Let’s keep it simple for now.
Written by Mr. Crumbs Aight ya’ll. You asked for it. We shared with you a picture of a new bread recipe on Facebook and Instagram last week and you responded – no, wait – you demanded that we share the new recipe with you. With some spur of the moment decision making (a.k.a. choosing between butter or peanut butterClick to Continue »
Welcome to Soup-landia, otherwise known as February! Actually, I live in Houston, and we’ve only dipped into the 30s a few times this winter, which I know sounds like a dream to some of you (Check back with me in August and I’ll be living on popsicles and wishing for a taste of the weatherClick to Continue »