Another unnecessary gadget, or a new kitchen staple?
Most of the time, whole-wheat sandwich bread and broccoli-cheese soup recipes don’t taste enough like the ingredients they advertise. Our versions really taste like wheat and broccoli, respectively—an...
Here are some of the problems we've encountered when baking with whole-wheat flour.
If you thought all whole-wheat flours are created equal, you were wrong.
Most whole-wheat breads are either squat bricks or white bread in drag. We wanted hearty yet light-textured sandwich loaf that really tasted like wheat.
When simply adding more broccoli didn’t generate enough vegetable flavor in our soup, we did some further research—and then threw out the rule book on vegetable cookery.
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