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The Magic of Focaccia

Sun-Dried Tomato Focaccia
Rosemary Focaccia

One of my favorite culinary techniques is working with doughs or all sorts. I think I probably have the most fun with focaccia dough because it is rather unlike most other doughs in that it is soft and wet. Rather than kneading the dough and punching it down, you instead do a sequence of stretching and folding the dough to develop the gluten followed by a sequence of what I like to call “playing the piano.

The lightness and airiness of the interior of the focaccia coupled with the crispiness of the crust and the toppings you select make for a delightful bread that rightfully can stand alone but also makes a great sandwich bread or dipping into gravy (either my Italian tomato gravy or Bolognese). Continue reading The Magic of Focaccia

Sumptuous Sunday Supper – November 6, 2016

Sumptuous Sunday Supper
Sumptuous Sunday Supper

Today is the day when we step away from the busy-ness of the rest of the week and take time in the kitchen to create a mouthwatering supper.

That doesn’t necessarily mean that you are going to spend the entire day toiling away in the kitchen. Continue reading Sumptuous Sunday Supper – November 6, 2016