I have an endless supply of baguette and ciabatta, thanks to my current brokeness and my teenage background as a dumpster-diving crust punk (pun intended). It's preservative free, high quality french bakery bread that is about 12 hours old when I acquire it. It's already a little stale, and moulders within two days. I'm looking for tips on storage and for about a million recipes I can utilize to use it all up. [more inside]
I absolutely hate baking. I really love good bread. No vendor in my area has good bread. Should I try making bread? [more inside]
I got a bread machine! Tell me all your tasty recipes!
What are your best bread and non-bread recipes for a bread machine? [more inside]
Bakingfliter: Does anyone have any recipe book recommendations specifically for baking without a stand mixer? [more inside]
Is my favorite food unique to one store, or is it made elsewhere under different names? [more inside]
What is the best kind of (readily available from a grocery store in a large midwestern town) bread to make French toast from? [more inside]
I want your best healthy wheat bread recipes. [more inside]