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basic bread ratio of 5 parts flour to 3 parts water can be turned into pizza dough, flat bread, or even a braided loaf with kosher salt My Bread Baking App has more info or watch this video. Or have a look at these past bread posts: pretzels, multigrain bread, no knead bread, and challah. What is The Book of Schmaltz? Find out on Vimeo; then win a copy of the app from Edamam’s giveaway on Click to Continue ReadingTaking a bit of a break with Ma in West Palm—Goodbye, Cleveland grays!—but wanted to keep up the culinary inspiration via Donna's photos. Here a
Cathy Barrow's and Kim Foster's Charcutepalooza. What an amazing thing happened, and all because of that catchy hashtag on Twitter. This would not have happened without Twitter. Congrats to all who participated and who pushed themselves to cook in unfamiliar and often difficult ways! Special congrats to Cecilia, who blogs at One Vanilla Bean, and Peter, who blogs at Cookblog, as the two year's end finalists. Good luck to you both! Top ruhlman.com posts from ...The economy struggled but cooking and writing about food sure didn't! My colleague Emilia and I decided to have a look at the most popular—or most viewed is perhaps the better phrase—posts from this site this year. By far the most exciting blog event of the year was
Michael has been traveling all around the United States promoting his new book Ruhlman's Twenty. Yesterday he had a long day in New York City where he appeared on the Martha Stewart Show. Michael sends his apologies, as he is nursing a wicked hangover. He returns to Cleveland today and will be appearing at the Fabulous Food Show this weekend. Please enjoy this favorite post of mine on how to Make Brioche. This post reminds you to begin preparing for the holiday season, which is quickly approaching. Original Post Date: November 30, 2010 December is the month for making brioche at home. It's the great holiday bread. Though calling it bread doesn't do it justice. Good brioche is like a cross between bread and cake. Hell, it's really ...
Will Turnage, VP of technology and invention for the digital media firm R/GA, I’ve been creating apps for the iPad and smartphones and so have been thinking about how to proceed. They take a lot of time and work and so far, return on investment is spotty (except in the games department). My goal is to create only ...In the headlong rush to turn everything into an app, we have created amazing apps (shazam is truly amazing) and ridiculous apps (won't name names). The publishers of cookbooks and chefs are among them. Some publishers (S&S, my last publisher) are not entering the market; smaller more agile ones are (Chronicle, by chance publishing my next book). But what makes a valuable app? Since teaming up with