Multiple Flour Sourdough

I ran out of bread a little while ago and needed to restock my freezer with some. I always seem to go back to the basics when I want some hearty and tasty bread on hand. These sourdough loaves have dark rye and whole wheat flour in addition to bread flour fit the bill perfectly….

Marbled Sourdough

I’ve wanted to make a marbled sourdough for a while but never got around to it. With a break in the hot weather, thanks to the annual monsoons, I was able to fire up the oven again and test out this method. I’m really happy with how the results came out! Schedule Using the lazy…

Aleppo Pepper + Mozzarella Sourdough

I finally got my hands on some Aleppo pepper and knew it needed to go into some bread. Aleppo pepper, in my opinion, is like a combination of sun dried tomatoes, red pepper flakes and paprika. It has a slight smokiness and a lot of earthiness without an overwhelming kick of heat. I paired the…

Habanero Pepperjack Cheese, Guajillo Pepper and Bacon Sourdough

That title is a mouthful! But that’s exactly what you’ll be doing when eating this bread. This bread is beyond delicious with the overwhelming amount of spicy and savory flavors. I had a block of extremely spicy habanero pepperjack cheese sitting in my fridge just begging to be put in a bread. I had also…

Multiple Flour Standard Loaves

I was running low on bread (and time) so I whipped together these loaves using multiple flours and bakers yeast. The bread has an excellent crust and crumb and smelled amazing while baking. The sound of the bread cooling when I took it out of the oven lasted quite a while too! Schedule: I based…

Valencia Mill Standard Loaves

A friend of ours had some flour from a mill here in New Mexico and wanted me to try baking some bread with it. The mill is Valencia Flour Mill and I used some of their unbleached flour in these loaves. Schedule: I based this loaf off of my bakers yeast schedule. Ingredients: Dough I…

Roasted Bell Pepper + Sun Dried Tomato Sourdough

Cold weather = soup weather, which means using up a ton of bread for some soup dunking. We already blew through all the Paprika + Pepperjack sourdough I had baked last week and it was time to make something else that leaned more toward the savory side. I looked through the fridge for inspiration and…

Paprika + Pepperjack Sourdough

I’ve been devouring so much bread lately. Between garlic bread, soups and sandwiches, I can hardly keep bread more than a few days before I need to start planning my next bake. I like having some savory bread around since they’re awesome to dunk into soup. One that I really remembered loving in the past…

Pumpkin Shaped Pumpkin Sourdough

The Aspens are changing color and the nights are getting chilly which means Fall is here! In honor of Fall, I wanted to try my hand at making a pumpkin shaped loaf that had a hint of the flavors of a pumpkin pie. I ended up pretty impressed with my first try at this style…

Dark Rye + Spent Grain Sourdough

Monsoons finally hit here in Santa Fe which really helped cool the house down. I hadn’t baked bread recently because cranking the oven to nearly 500’F for almost 2 hours when it’s already 85’F in the kitchen just wasn’t appealing. I decided my first loaf back was going to be a hearty rye and spent…