Guide to Bread Baking
Bread baking is a satisfying and economical pastime that has
been practiced since the dawn of civilization. There has recently been
a resurgence of interest in this form of cooking as people realize the
delicious results they can obtain in their own kitchens with just a few
simple ingredients. Getting the entire family involved in baking the
week’s bread can make for an educational bonding experience, and
everyone will enjoy the smell of homemade loaves baking and the yummy
taste of hot bread, fresh out of the oven.
- Baking Bread: Illustrated guide to
making sourdough bread.
- Breadworld: A great collection of
bread recipes, including rolls, holiday breads, and breads you can bake
- Home Baking Association: Baking
resources for teachers, parents and kids, complete with pizza crust,
stollen, whole wheat bread, and a chocolate chip cookie recipe.
Unofficial Global Internet Bread Recipe Archive: Numerous
recipes from around the world, with both traditional and bread machine
- Bread Recipes by Cookingbread.com:
large collection of recipes, includes gluten-free and high-fiber
- Better Times: Your Basic Bread Recipe:
Detailed instructions for making a basic loaf of bread—great for
- Bread recipes, sourdough recipes and more:
Interesting collection with recipes such as egg casserole bread, Indian
bread, rice spoon bread, and many more.
- Artisan Bread Recipes: Many unique
recipes, complete with photographs of each step.
- Irish Soda Bread Recipes: From the
Society for the Preservation of Irish Soda Bread.
- Homemade Bread Recipes: Huge
collection of bread recipes: scones, quick breads, focaccia, potato
bread, and many more.
- Healthy Whole Grain Bread Recipes:
A collection of recipes and tips for using a variety of whole grains in
Once you gain a little bread making know-how, don’t be afraid
to make up some of your own recipes. Bread making is a satisfying way
to spend a rainy afternoon, and you just might find yourself becoming
completely hooked on this age-old pastime.