As this cold weather continues I decided to make my Roasted Mushroom Soup blogged on January 30, 2012.
I needed a nice crusty loaf of bread to go with it so I went to the King Arthur Flour website and found the recipe below.
It tasted amazing and had a lovely texture. Lots of nice “wishing holes”!
Years ago I took a French cooking course. I saw creme brulee as one of the desserts we were making. I despise custard so I thought I would hate it. Wrong again.
I am having a friend over for dinner tonight and she is gluten-free. I thought this would be the perfect winter dessert.
It is simple to make and delicious. It is much better well-chilled so start it early in your day to ensure enough chilling time in the fridge.
I have a convection oven so I was able to skip the water bath.
Here is the recipe below.
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I just received Make It Ahead by Ina Garten from Amazon last night.
I decided this soup would be perfect for tonight’s dinner.
I think I will be cooking from this book a lot and blogging more of her recipes.
I have also included the recipe for the croutons.
This has made a huge amount and the recipe says it freezes really well so that is what will happen with the leftovers.
Here is the recipe.
The temperature dropped like a stone last night and I decided today was a good day to bake bread and warm up the kitchen.
There is something so wonderful about the smell of bread baking in your own kitchen.
I found the recipe below on the King Arthur Flour website.
Here it is.