I made a wild yeast sourdough starter, and learned quite a bit about how to start one, properly maintain one, and troubleshoot it when it’s not doing what you expect. This post is about starting your starter, and how to tell when it’s ready to use.
Putting me in a kitchen can only lead to disaster. Tasty disaster, but disaster nevertheless.
I made white bread! It’s not the best loaf I’ve ever seen, but I think it’s a really solid first try.
For my birthday, I made a tres leches cake using Alton Brown’s recipe. I added a little spice and made a fruit compote topping. I was very pleased with my birthday cake!
Summer is a quiet time crafts-wise for me, and leads to quiet blog, as well. But I did get some baking done!
Tuesday was my Pod’s birthday, and the standing tradition is that I bake him cupcakes for his birthday, because he doesn’t like birthday cake. This year, I took his love for the microcake, and his love for snickerdoodle cupcakes, and mashed them into yummy snickerdoodle cupcakes!
My brother left bananas in the car. When I found them, they were far too ripe to eat, but perfect for making banana bread with! Here is the recipe, so you too can do something with your brown bananas.