Monday, May 26, 2008

Artisan Breads . . . Kendrick Style

Ted gave me a new, easy bread recipe several weeks ago, but since we'd been traveling, I hadn't had a chance to try it. This afternoon was cool and rainy so I decided to experiment a little with the recipe.

This is what I came up with:

The round loaf on the upper left is a cranberry(craisins), orange zest, pecan loaf. Lower left round loaf is a rosemary, garlic, parmesean cheese . . . the long loaves are dill, fennel and craisin/sunflower seeds bagettes.
The two small ones are plain rolls with sesame seeds.

I didn't need to make up the whole batch of bread - - you can save the dough in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. But I was on a roll . . . and having tooo much fun to stop. I'll have to share my bake goods with the neighbors. I love to share a good recipe with friends and neighbors . . . I'm sure it will be a hit!

It's a quick, easy and delicious recipe. With just a little effort and some creativity your kitchen will smell and look like the local bakery. I'll send the recipe to anyone who's interested . . . or you can contact Ted.
Baking these delicious breads made my kitchen smell so good on this cool, rainy Memorial Day weekend. I just wish all of you were here to share in the goodness. Thanks Ted for sharing another great recipe!


Lani said... and KK have now posted about this bread. I'm going to have to contact Theo ASAP for the recipe and try it out myself.

TK said...

Good job with the bread, Mom! Everyone will have to check the TKRC blog in June for the bread recipe!