Maroggia’s Mill Cookbook: Graham Flour Tin Loaf / Il Ricettario del Mulino di Maroggia: Pane in cassetta con farina Graham

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It’s been a while I have posted my last bread recipe for Maroggia’s Mill Cookbook, what for a bread baking preacher! So here I am then, back into baking a proper loaf. This one is perfect for a tasty breakfast, it’s dough is so soft and fragrant you won’t believe it! Graham flour, I just can’t get enough! It surprises me every time, with its rich flavor and rough texture which I find irresistible. This loaf will make your taste buds dance the cha-cha-cha!
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Ècole de Boulangerie de Panissimo: Marguerite

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Last month I was so taken by Easter Festive Breads (fortunately all went down well) I didn’t post the bread for Panissimo’s École. You probably won’t believe it but at the beginning of April my bread for the École de Boulangerie de Panissimo – the Marguerite – was already baked and photographed. But then came Twelve Loaves, a couple of recipes Michela and I cooked together and some other projects and there was no space for another blog post. Continue reading / Continua a leggere…

Panissimo’s Ecole de boulangerie: Le Boulot / Panissimo e la sua Ecole de boulangerie: il Boulot/Baulotto

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It has become a habit lately, to defer my post for Panissimo‘s École de Boulangerie. Between one thing and another posting the École bread of the current month has become more of a challenge, and in the end I decided to just let go! Overdoing it now is not an option, as it would mean saturate the blog on almost a daily basis. I’d rather stick to quality – both in the recipes and pictures – than rush for the next post. The chosen bread shape for the month of March was boulot, a loaf with a nice central slash. Bread slashing, my damnation! Continue reading / Continua a leggere…