Happy Holidays to you and yours, Mike. I missed quite a few posts - but I've just now caught up on all my Greasy Skillet reading. I see you've discovered Daniel Leader, and we have something more in common than blogging - we both love WheatFields brotchen. Throgh my super-secret connections over there, I just might be able to get you a recipe. We'll see. Hope you enjoy wonderful holidays with your family - Marilyn :)
May your bread always rise, your soufflés never fall, and the new year full of talking dogs.
And also with you, Mike! Take care and enjoy the holidays.
Marilyn: I really enjoy Daniel Leader. I find his teaching a little more approachable and down to earth than someone like Peter Reinhardt. Reinhardt is good, but he's a bit too technical and scientific for me.I've ended up with a recipe that isn't quite what Wheatfields turns out, but it's satisfying in its own way.Steve O: I must confess: I've never made a souffle, but I dream of making a sweet potato souffle.Sarah: Happy Holidays.
Muddy,Did you catch the Splendid Table this weekend? Had Zoe Francois and Jeff Hertzberg (Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day) on.Link here:http://trainingtable.blogspot.com/Just started playing around with The Training Table. Was inspired by the Greasy Skillet, but also in response to my college listserver folks, who said I should start putting this all in one place and stop hitting them with emails whenever I think I have something clever to say. It's quite the work in progress, so please turn a blind eye to formatting problems, typos, and the like.Cheers, Steve
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