White bread

Pane Venezia

Some might imagine an airy and open crumb bread by such a name, but my intention was quite different. My initial thought was a bread that was cloud-like and soft. The pre-ferment is a Biga made from Type 550/700… weiterlesen

Neuenburger Bread

The Neuchâtel bread is a regional Swiss canton bread. Baked as a paired loaf, however, the bread is divided when sold. While working it up, the dough is divided into pieces of equal size after it has matured and shaped… weiterlesen

Toskana

This Toskana bread is a thing of beauty and brings me real joy to bake it. The ease of production, the brilliant taste, and the rustic character make this bread a real treat. For an even better shelf-life, I have… weiterlesen

Crisscross Rolls

Crisscross rolls are a forgotten classic and they used to be found in almost every bakery! Today this form of roll has almost disappeared from the scene – all the more reason to bake it for the blog. Any standard… weiterlesen

Pane Laterale

In a few days my first baking course of 2021 will take place at the Merano Mill after a Corona Break. During this baking course I was remembering 5 years ago when I was allowed to hold my very first… weiterlesen

Onion Bread

With this onion flatbread, a bewitching scent wafts through the kitchen while baking and will make anyone’s mouth water. Regardless of whether this bread is served for grilling or as a side dish to salads, the shape is an eye-catcher… weiterlesen

Ciabatta Grande

Whenever I create recipes for the blog I am a bit ambivalent and ask myself the question – with or without yeast? Sourdough extremists will always shake their heads and not use any yeast. Of course, you could bake any… weiterlesen

Pane Durum

Another recipe from the semolina corner that also happens to be easy to make and turns out great! For me, the recipe was more of an attempt with a high dose of a madre. With exactly 50% of the amount… weiterlesen

Les Boules

Rustic appearance and taste are right at the very top for this recipe – the secret lies in the simplicity and not with complexity like in some recipes! As simple as possible, no frills and the production process should fit… weiterlesen

Swiss Waadtland Bread

For those that are familiar with Swiss breads, this cross-bread will likely be known. This bread has been on my to-do list for awhile, but the crumb on the original didn’t appeal to me and so I came up with… weiterlesen