Sourdough Hokkaido Milk Loaf

I guarantee this is THE SOFTEST, FLUFFIEST sandwich loaf you’ll ever make! This bread is the ultimate crowd pleaser, it’s perfect for every occasion and you can enjoy it with both savory and sweet toppings. There are times when only a plain white sandwich loaf will do. What sets this recipe apart from other recipes…

Sourdough Discard Pineapple Upside-Down Cake

This pineapple upside down-cake is so moist, soft and tender with a delicious caramel topping that’ll make you wonder why people bother with frosting at all. Pineapple upside-down cake is a favorite in my household so I really wanted to get this recipe right. I wanted to incorporate my sourdough discard in the recipe because…

Sourdough Danish Pastries

Buttery, flaky danish pastries naturally leavened with sourdough and no commercial yeast. This isn’t a quick and easy recipe but the thin and crispy layers of butter and pastry are well worth the effort.

Sourdough Discard Pasta

This is my ultimate favorite way to use up my sourdough discard. Just like baking bread, I was always intimidated by making fresh pasta. It seemed really difficult until I finally tried it myself and now I never want to eat the boxed stuff! When I started keeping my sourdough starter, like many others, I…

Sourdough Bread Made with All-Purpose Flour

Sourdough Bread Baking, a sourdough bread making support group I am a member of on Facebook started a new baking challenge in the beginning of April. Each month, the page admins will choose a new group bake, participation is not mandatory but is a fun exercise meant to both teach new techniques and challenge members…

Chewy Sourdough Discard Oatmeal Cookies

I always have TONS of discard because I absolutely refuse to keep my starter in the fridge. Whenever my discard jar gets dangerously full, I always make this recipe for sourdough discard oatmeal cookie because I know they’ll get eaten up and finished within 1 or 2 days. These cookies are so chewy and gooey,…

100% Fresh-Milled Sourdough with Millet Levain

A few weeks ago, I had the great pleasure of meeting Paul Lebeau, managing director of Wolfgang’s Mockmill, who was visiting Las Vegas for the first ever Artisan Bread Expo. I wasn’t able to attend the event, but Paul was kind enough to take some time out of his busy day to sit down with…

Sourdough Brioche

A friend of mine was visiting from San Francisco, and she told me one of her favorite breads is brioche. I’ve made other enriched breads before, like my Sourdough Hazelnut Chocolate Babka, but never this French classic. I honestly cannot believe how well this bread turned out, it was rich, soft, buttery, and shred-able, basically…

Roasted Garlic Rosemary Olive Oil Sourdough

When I’m craving a savory bread, I always revert back to this classic flavor combination. I don’t think I need to go into what makes this tandem so perfectly matched, but the aroma of sweet roasted garlic, and earthy warmth of rosemary may have something to do with it… This was the first time I’d…

Sourdough Bread Cold Bulk and Overnight Autolyse Method

Change is good, at least when it comes to my new method for baking sourdough bread. Admittedly, I was very apprehensive about changing up my sourdough baking process, but after a string of high hydration flat loaves I knew I had to make some changes if I wanted to enjoy the soft texture and airy…