A Toasted Bialy with Butter and Smoked Salmon – Perfect for Breakfast or Brunch If there was one bread that could legitimately lay claim to being the bagel’s ‘heir apparent’, it would have to be the bialy. A lesser-known cousin to the bagel, the bialy is named after Bialystok, the city in Poland from which it originates. Like the bagel, […]
Monthly Archive for June, 2009
- "Without bread all is misery."- William Cobbett, British journalist (1763?-1835)
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Lean Doughs (16)
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- au Levain!
- bons focs
- Bringing food chemistry to life
- Chocolate & Zucchini
- du miel et du sel
- Hefe und mehr
- King Arthur Flour
- Madrid Tiene Miga
- Occupe-toi de tes oignons
- San Francisco Baking Institute
- Sourdough Companion
- The Bread Bakers Guild of America
- The Fresh Loaf
- Votre Pain
- Wild Yeast
- Ye Olde Bread Blogge
- Isabel: This really was the peecrft french toast! I made a whole lo...
- Mark Gelber: Thanks for the "bialy" I lived for 30 years on NYC and got ...
- hef: Thanks so much. I made it many times with your recipe, and a...
- SteveB: Hi Tom, How great to hear from you again! I have no doub...
- Tom: Steve, Just completed my bake. When I got home from work...
- SteveB: S.S. Strippoli, I would think that the addition of a smal...