andrew's sourdough starter stirrer is a great tool. don't hesitate. it's a great gift for yourself and for others and is streamlined and works beautifully in the kitchen in all kinds of ways. i love mine.
When do you think you’ll ship the stirrers to Canada?
no rice cooker baking, but I was in hong kong and my gluten-loving soul was enlivened by exemplary (properly chewy, not supermarket fluffy) pineapple and "sweet" buns split and stuffed with 2 x 2 in pats of butter.
I made granola discard using your discard recipe and gave some away to friends yesterday. This is about the 3rd time I made it and I really love the crunchiness of the granola. I do not add dried fruit as I found it adds too much sugar for me. My elderly Auntie has been asking for granola bars and have yet to find a viable recipe. I decided to try the discard recipe but pack the mixed granola in a parchment lined 9"x13" pan and pre-scored the bars before baking with my bench scraper. It took 4-5 hours to bake them at 200-225 degrees for them to firm up but didn't want them to be too hard to eat. For the last hour took them out of the pan, separated them and baked them on a rack. She said she loves them! Thanks for the recipe, Andrew.
Feel better, Andrew!
For Thanksgiving I made a puff pastry-based apple tart that turned out WAY better than expected. Apricot jam base, sliced tart apples, a miniscule amount of sugar, spices, lemon juice, some flour to bind it all together, egg wash, and hey presto! I will definitely be repeating the recipe with a few alterations. Definitely a crowd-pleaser!
I made panepepato from Living Bread today. This is the third time I've made it and I've tweeked it a little, adding a little more orange zest. And I switched to mini- loaf pans. These things are amazing!
Good morning Andrew,
A few weeks ago (maybe it's a few months ago...) you included a list of flour purveyors in that day's article. I can't seem to find where I saved it.... Could you send it to me again?
YES! Thank you😊