A Guide to Bake Sourdough Bread

Now that you have your fridge starter going, you’re ready to bake! For most recipes that I’ve tried for a classic sourdough bread loaf or “table loaf,”  you’re looking at a 3-day schedule before you actually have a product that you can eat. Here’s my typical weekly sourdough bread baking schedule:  Friday: 1) Feed fridge…

Intro: My Sourdough Journey

I recently received a sourdough starter from a friend of a friend and have blossomed into a full-blown, obsessed-with-sourdough baker. After years of experiencing pain after eating bread, I’d all but accepted my fate. Not gluten intolerant, but definitely sensitive. So, I just avoided it. Except for when I didn’t. I am certainly not a…

Perfect Pie Crust Dough

The perfect pie crust recipe doesn’t exi— 😍 The title is not an exaggeration! I’ve used this recipe to make pies, galettes, tarts, etc and it simply does not fail. It’s such a simple pie crust recipe and the dough is so easy to handle (not brittle!) and can even be used to make a…

5 Favorite Holiday Treats

Happy holidays, friends! Below is a roundup of some of my favorite treats for sharing with loved ones during the holidays. Most are actually suitable for gluten-free, vegan, and paleo diets — whaaat?! This wasn’t intentional, but there ya go. Making treats that will please your friends/fam and you don’t even have to worry about…

Spiced Apple Galette

This weekend, I was craving a “fall” treat and apple pie sounded like a great option but I didn’t think I’d have the time to do a pie. So, I decided to make a simple galette instead. Genius! I started with this recipe from Food & Wine and tweaked the ingredients a bit to have extra ~spice~…