Get them while they're hot, hot off the press that is – more than 100 easy bread recipes that'll have you baking everything from artisan no-knead breads to bagels and sweet rolls to sourdough buns in no time. GRIT's Guide To Homemade Bread, the second title to be released in the recently launched Country Skills book series, is loaded with easy and healthy homemade bread recipes and it looks positively delicious. Whether baking bread is your passion or you are just thinking about embarking on a bread-baking adventure, the Guide To Homemade Bread has you covered. We've included information on how to convert easy traditional bread recipes for use in bread machines and a few plans for creating easy-to-build, wood-fired, backyard bread ovens too.
Here at GRIT we love good breads of all kinds and so this project was a labor of love for the entire team. It didn't hurt that we got plenty of samples as we tested the recipes. We also had fun working with some excellent and affordable food stylists, photographers and bakers in the process. With a little coaxing, My Partner In Culinary Crime convinced me to carefully measure out the ingredients for my whole-wheat and cornmeal pizza crust, which I documented just for the book – this easy crust recipe will have you rejecting cardboard-crusted parlor pizza in no time. We really enjoy bringing you print products that makes sense and that make your lives more interesting and self sufficient. When it comes to the Guide To Homemade Bread, I speak for the whole team when I say that the project makes us proud.
The Guide To Homemade Bread also includes recipes for cornbread, soft pretzels, no-fail hamburger buns, breakfast breads, quick breads and all kinds of toppings for all kinds of breads. Plus you will find all kinds of expert advice and encouraging tips to make your bread-baking experiences successful and thoroughly enjoyable. Look for GRIT's Guide To Homemade Bread at a newsstand near you, or better yet, order yours right here and bring even more great aromas and wonderful food to your table this season.
Hank Will raises hair sheep, heritage cattle and many varieties of open-pollinated corn with his wife, Karen, on their rural Osage County, Kansas farm. His home life is a perfect complement to his professional life as editor in chief at GRIT and Capper's Farmer magazines. Connect with him on Google+.