I like to call sourdough bread the “lazy man’s bread.” Yep. It’s that simple! The amazing benefits of sourdough are enough to give it a try. And then the idea of making “something out of nothing” in a sourdough starter is super exciting. You can make your own sourdough starter from scratch or get a sourdoughClick to Continue »
My adventures in sourdough began a few years ago when my sister gave me a really awesome cookbook for Christmas. It’s filled with make-your-belly happy “home-style” food, but with an underlying healthy, organic-like theme. Right up my alley, right? One of the recipes inside was for sourdough starter. I had no interest in making myClick to Continue »
Greek flavors are a favorite in the Crumbs house. There isn’t a meal plan made without at least one night dedicated to the fresh Mediterranean tang. If it were up to my husband, he’d combine this pita bread recipe with couscous every night of the week for dinner. Oh wait, he already did! I’m not goingClick to Continue »
CAUTION: These homemade flour tortillas could cause marital strife. There’s somewhat of a running joke in our family. My husband used to be the pickiest eater I knew. In fact, it would be easier to list what he would eat (his mom’s fried chicken, steak and authentic East coast pizza being his three main food groups)Click to Continue »
This post contains affiliate links. These my friends, are the best cinnamon rolls to ever exist on this earth. Ok, that may be a stretch, but it’s not far from the truth! Today’s post is the second in a short series covering the goodies we’re eating this Christmas holiday. Yesterday I shared our appetizer-style dinnerClick to Continue »
This rosemary olive oil bread recipe was originally made on a whim, but it’s become a family favorite from day one. It’s a simple recipe, and yields soft loaves every time.
If you’ve been trotting along with the various bread recipes that I’ve been sharing, you’ve made very little bother oat bread for sandwiches, special loaves of potato buttermilk, hot dog and hamburger buns for summer cookouts, beer bread with cinnamon butter for steak night, a warm slice of cinnamon raisin swirl bread for breakfast andClick to Continue »
You know how some moms spend one day – all day – in the kitchen preparing tons of freezer meals or doing all the prep work for the entire month in that one sitting? That’s not me. I don’t have the patience to spend all day cutting vegetables or browning meat or tactically placing itemsClick to Continue »