Sunday, January 30, 2011
This week I used a different recipe, one from The King Arthur Flour 200th Anniversary Cookbook. Again I used goat milk instead of buttermilk because it was all I had. And obviously I didn't roll these out like last week. I plunked them in muffin tins and they came out like this (they look like coconut macaroons). Anyway, I loved them and I love biscuits and maybe I'll make them every week.
at 4:26 PM
Monday, January 24, 2011
And this is just the edible stuff. I can display the things he builds some other time.
a beautiful white loaf, slashed to perfection
ravioli-like pockets filled with spinach or potato and cheese
(Kärntner Käsenudeln from the south of Austria)
a nice grilled cheese sandwich with cranberry sauce--with the aforementioned white bread
at 5:02 PM
Sunday, January 23, 2011
P. said this morning, "What's for breakfast?" And I listed a bunch of the usual things, including oatmeal which I love but he hates. Then biscuits occurred to me. I've never actually made them. But these were easy. I didn't have regular milk so I used goat milk and that made them special. I think the two of us ate the whole batch. Well, that's not true; there are a couple left. Now I have the confidence to whip these up any time. (I used the recipe from The Joy of Cooking.)
at 11:53 AM