"At Bread Ahead, we believe everyone can fit great bread making into their lives. This no knead sourdough recipe is perfect no matter how busy a schedule you have, and it produces an amazing loaf."
Equipment: Crane C1 Casserole
Makes 1KG loaf
- 500g strong white bread flour, plus extra for dusting
- 150g rye starter
- 350g water ...
"I’ve always liked spicy food, and even when I didn’t like it I wanted to. My brother was always daring me to try fiery dishes, and I would eat them, pretending to enjoy it while my mouth was on fire. Eventually, though, I came to crave the burn, which is probably why I am so fond of curries and chilli blends....
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"I came up with this recipe while my boyfriend and I were on a road trip down the West Coast of the US. We’d driven from Oregon to California in relentless torrential rain and were hungry when we got to Eureka. The weather had put a bit of a dampener on the trip, but thankfully the first grocery store we...
"This is a super simple, seasonal recipe packed full of flavour and finished with a little added pepper and heat from the rocket and radish sprouts.
Serve this up as a easy mid week meal or save it for your next dinner party and enjoy cooking with minimum fuss and minimum washing up." annabarnettcooks.com
- ½ Small...
"Buy fresh squid of a medium size. Maybe ask the fishmonger to clean them if you don’t want the messy job. Cleaning squid can be a bore with the eyes popping out at you and the ink sacs spurting all over the place. But once you start your attack, it can be satisfying." Margot Henderson, Rochelle Canteen.
"Gumbo is a similar style of one-pot wonder to a good bouillabaisse. Created by the Creoles in South Louisiana at the turn of the nineteenth century, it remains just as popular today as it was then. Of course, there are many variations. Don’t be put oﬀ by the lengthy list of ingredients – once they’re in the pan, it’s not...