This week’s recipe selection for the baking group, Tuesdays with Dorie: Baking with Julia,
is OASIS NAAN (pages 149-150). Persian Naan dough is used and the recipe can be found on pages 147-149.
This recipe is from the book, Baking with Julia, by Dorie Greenspan.
The contributing bakers for this recipe are Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid.
Host bakers are: (recipes can be found on their blogs)
Maggie of Always Add More Butter
Phyl of Of Cabbages & King Cakes
Also, stop by the other bloggers posts to see their creations.
Life has been busy lately…and this year our family tree has grown. My nephew and his wife had a beautiful girl, which they named Leona.
My brother and his wife had a girl, which they named Abigail.
So much cuteness!!! God bless both these little angels!
I’ve not made many bread recipes. When I do make it, I always get excited to see when yeast dough rises. This recipe was simple and delicious. Will be making it many times over. I didn’t form the bread into rounds. Instead, I shaped them in ovals. Recipe is a keeper!
Instead of sharing a baking tip on my TWD:BWJ post this week, I’d like to share with you a kitchen product that you may like. I absolutely love this product!
Just a note: I do not represent the company or get paid for my opinions…etc. etc…etc…you get the idea.
Some foods take on the odors of other foods in the refrigerator. Baking soda does not solve the problem. How to resolve this? Try an odor absorber called
It’s a cube of wafers which eliminates tough odors with naturally activated charcoal.
While shopping at Sur La Table, I came upon this product and tried it.
Never went back to using baking soda ever again. FRIDGE-IT is an excellent product. You can also find it at other retail stores.
Peace in Baking,
Baking is my Zen…sweet nibbles for the soul
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