[Sca-cooks] Bread Books
dragon at crimson-dragon.com
Fri Feb 15 08:25:09 PST 2008
>Following up on a previous message, eventually i want to be able to
>make bread for a feast, once i have some bread making confidence.
>In that regard, i'm interested in two books (not for bread machine
>bread, and not SCA-period) and i wonder if anyone here has used
>-- Flatbreads and flavors : a baker's atlas
>-- by Jeffrey Alford
I have it and love it.
Some excellent recipes for both breads and dishes to go with them.
The Apricot and noodle soup is a real winner and we made it at the
Canton Tanwayour anniversary last year as part of our "What I did on
my summer vacation with Ghengis Kahn" themed feast.
>-- Savory Baking From The Mediterranean : Focaccias, Flatbreads,
>Rusks, Tarts, And Other Breads
>-- by Helou, Anissa
I have not seen this one, I am planning to check it out now that I am
aware of it.
Venimus, Saltavimus, Bibimus (et naribus canium capti sumus)
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