As most of you know by now, I do a great deal of yeast baking. I know that this is an intimidating sort of baking for most people so, armed with many pictures, I’m going to try to make it seem a little more do-able to you.
This summer I tried starting a baking blog, but posting recipes is very time consuming, and I couldn’t seem to keep up with it. I’m hoping that by incorporating the baking thing into this blog I’ll be able to manage better.
I was going to start this feature before Christmas but then thought better of it. Who has time to pick up a new kitchen skill in the midst of all the holiday craziness? And then I was going to start it this week, but today is New Year’s Eve, and you probably aren’t going to be baking bread today. So, starting next week(in the new year!), I’m going to try to have a baking post up every Wednesday. Some weeks it might be a how-to kind of post, some weeks it might be an informational post, some weeks it might be a tip, and of course, many weeks it will be a recipe(replete with pictures, naturally). And while I will post plenty of yeast recipes, I’ll also occasionally be posting recipes for things like biscuits, pancakes, brownies and the like.
Of course, this is a frugal blog and not a baking blog, but if you can learn to do some basic baking, you can definitely save yourself some cash(I considered saying you could save yourself some dough, but thought better of it. 🙂 ) and so I think that this feature will fit in just fine with the rest of my frugal postings.
I hope that this will be helpful to you, and I hope that you will be inspired to bless your family or housemates with some homemade goodness every now and then.
Happy New Years!