Another salty image:
"French Grey Sea Salt
Or "Sel gris", or "Fleur de Sel", the King of Salts. Harvested by hand in Brittany, France using traditional, Celtic methods.
If you like this, also take a look at my Fennel Pollen here:
Saturday, March 28, 2009
Another salty image:
This one has me intrigued. Here are the photo notes:
"Apple Wood Smoked, my favorite finishing Salt.
Also check my French Sea Salt if you like this one. It is here:
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
This photographer says of their bread:
"This weekend I baked a loaf of No Knead Bread and ate it up with yummy french butter from Borough Market. Baking? French butter? What have I become?!"
No Knead Bread: http://www.spacekadet.org/archives/2007/02/no_knead_bread.html
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Bread and Butter
Beet Salad with Cornbread Croutons and Country Ham, originally uploaded by thebittenword.com.
Okay, this is looking mighty good to me this morning.
"Read about it at TheBittenWord.com "
Cornbread Shortcakes with Ham and Fresh Peach Salsa, originally uploaded by desertculinary.
This is gorgeous. Beautiful presentation, and looks oh so tasty~
Here is the photographer's note:
"This recipe has a brillant arrangement of colors with an exceptional freshness to it. The cool sweet salsa brought in a complex flavor from smoky cumin that played off the hit of spice from red pepper. Orange and lime juice added a tangy zing to the ripe yellow peaches and helped produce a very juicy dressing. The not-too-sweet cornbread cakes were the perfect backdrop to soak up the thick juice while allowing the fresh flavor shine through. To bring an intriguing smoky and salty twist, sliced ham is crisped in a hot pan and then stuffed in between the cakes. Next time, I would try and crisp up some Prosciutto, in place of the ham, as I am sure that would be a great addition. I did leave the peel on the peaches as we don't mind them, but do feel free to remove it if that's what you like! I can't wait to try this salsa on grilled chicken or some pork chops!"
Pictures and Recipe here: http://desertculinary.blogspot.com/2006/07/sweet-and-local-peaches-make-for.html
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Monday, March 23, 2009
This is gorgeous. I'd love to know if it was baked in a brick or conventional oven.
The baker has this to say about the bread:
"I made this no-knead bread from the New York Times recipe. Isn't it beautiful?"
Well, I'm going to look for this recipe!
This is another beautiful image of whole wheat bread, just sliced. The photographer has this to say:
"I used King Arthur's Organic Whole Wheat flour and the recipe for the bread was on the back of the package.. so easy and yummy.. used it all up for breakfast toast, with burgers, sandwiches, and as a natural snack for Hanka and Paco (the birds)."
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