Who doesn’t love bread? I know we all feel like Oprah in that commercial, “I Love Bread. I. LOVE. BREAD!”
While we enjoy the carb-filled goodness, many of us don’t love making bread. It can be time consuming. It can be frustrating. But, my partner and I have been slowly been perfecting a recipe for our favorite kind of bread—pita bread!
Is it worth making pita at home? Absolutely. Store-bought pita is often several days old and simply doesn’t taste as good as hot out of the oven bread. Warm, toasty home-baked pita is worth the effort. It puffs up perfectly for ‘pocket pita’ sandwiches and pairs great with your favorite hummus.
This pita bread recipe produces a nutty, rich flavor along with a light, airy consistency. Once you taste it, you won’t be buying pita bread at the store again. … Okay, at least not when you have the time to make your own.
It seems like almost every weekend I feel the intense need to bake cookies or cupcakes, even when I probably shouldn’t. This was one of those weekends. Am I alone? I suspect not. What’s better on a snowy, cold day than a warm, fresh-baked treat? Nothing. Continue reading →
I’m Italian, and I love pasta. However, I try to limit the amount of carbs I eat throughout the week so I tend to save some of my favorite Italian meals for special treats and holiday dinners. I usually make a hearty vegan lasagna for Christmas dinner, but this year I have been planning to make vegan stuffed shells. Continue reading “A Vegan Holiday: Recipe Stuffed Shells”→
Today I want to share a new cookie recipe I tried this week. I wanted to make a chocolate cookie, but I don’t like overly chocolatey flavors. I’ve been using ginger a lot lately so I decided to give it a try. What follows is a recipe for a chewy, moist cookies with light chocolate and ginger flavors.