This post is Part Three of our Complete Guide to Sourdough Bread Making! If you’re just starting out, check out Part One (How to: Shortcut Sourdough Starter) and Part Two (The Beginner’s Guide to Dough Making and Development).
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This is Part Two of my Sourdough Bread Making Guide. This post will cover basic dough creation and development. If you do not have a sourdough starter yet, check out Part One. If you’re looking to refine your sourdough skills, check out the Guide for Advanced Bakers.
This is Part One of our Complete Guide to Sourdough Bread Making! If you already have a healthy sourdough starter, feel free to jump on to Part Two (dough development) or Part Three (refining your sourdough skills)!
I don’t know about you but as summer is wrapping up, I’m trying to squeeze in as much ice cream as possible! This recipe is in honor of my college roommate and maid-of-honor! Her favorite dessert was a chocolate chip cheesecake milkshake from Cookout and in my opinion… this is a perfect recreation! It’s creamy, tangy, chocolately, and has just a bit of crunch from the graham cracker!
I took a poll on Instagram asking what kind of ice cream you wanted see this summer. This mocha ice cream won by double the votes– and let me tell you, this recipe doesn’t disappoint. This no churn ice cream takes less than five minutes to prep and tastes better than anything you’ll buy in the store! It’s creamy and smooth, with a strong coffee flavor and homemade fudge swirl to take it over the top.
This delicious tuna salad is the perfect asian inspired summer lunch. Bright mango pairs perfectly with fresh tuna, sour orange, and salty ponzu– with just a bit of kick from sriracha. Worried about eating raw tuna at home? Check out the safety tips below!