Tag Archives: rye

Photo Friday: 9 Years of Bread Baking

It’s hard to believe, but my wife and I have been baking all our own bread for 9 years now. Both of us had baked a lot of bread before that time, but we had never tried to bake all … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday March 11, 2019

Welcome to Harvest Monday, where we celebrate all things harvest related. It’s pretty much the same kind of harvests here for me, not that I am complaining. I cut lettuce from the greenhouse salad boxes to go on a salad … Continue reading

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Dark Rye Potato Rolls and Buns

These soft rolls have a secret ingredient: potatoes. Bread bakers have been using potato water or adding mashed potatoes to their breads since at least the 19th century, when it was often added to make up for a shortage of … Continue reading

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Monday Recap: Finally Spring

Despite the calendar which says spring arrived much earlier, I’m saying it really arrived here last week. Other local folks are welcome to chime in and agree, or not, as they see fit. Trees are blooming, birds are chirping, and … Continue reading

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Light Rye Sandwich Buns

I call these ‘light rye’ buns because the percentage of rye is around 30%, which gives them a subtle rye flavor without being overpowering. Since I grind all of our whole grains using our NutriMill grain mill, I use freshly … Continue reading

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