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PULLED PORK, BAKED BEANS, AND MEMORIES

Advancing toward dinner tomorrow,  I’ve got a batch of poolish for ciabatta bubbling away.  I’ll turn it into dough in the morning, then bake it in time to be cool and sandwichable by dinnertime.  I’m about to start a batch … Continue reading

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SANDWICH SATURDAY: FRENCH ONION SANDWICH

Please tell me I am not alone in having a dependable supply of bread on its way to being stale, but still edible.  Kind of.  It cries out:  Grill me!  So I do. And we always have onions lying around, … Continue reading

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CIABATTA – THE BREAD

This my be among the most unique breads you’ll ever make.  It reflects gluten, the protein in flour, stretched to it’s most extreme point.  Chef Kurtis Baguley taught me to make this when I was in culinary school.  He was … Continue reading

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CIABATTA

If your principal acquaintance with the miracle of ciabatta is via what grocery stores think it should be, you are in for a wonderful surprise.  I refer to ciabatta as miraculous, but, well, it is.   You’d never believe the … Continue reading

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