Tag Archives: whole grain baking

Banana Nut Muffin with spelt & emmer flours

While I have been doing some minor baking, I haven’t posted because my camera-computer communication system seems to have broken down. In other words, I don’t know what I’m doing if the slightest thing goes wrong or doesn’t work. But, … Continue reading

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Whole Emmer Grain Banana Bread experiment #2

Interestingly enough, I find that I really like emmer – both as a grain and as flour. In continuing to experiment with using the grain in bread I tried it in a banana bread this week. I used most of … Continue reading

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Whole Grain Pumpernickel Bread

This pumpernickel bread, based on a recipe from Breaking Bread with Father Dominic 2 (page 23-24), has a strange assortment of ingredients including cider vinegar, cocoa powder, and instant coffee. If for no other reason, that alone should make you want … Continue reading

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Ron’s Chocolate Cake Surprise

My birthday was this week. It’s our family tradition that I make a cake for Ron on his birthday and he makes one for me on mine. No store-bought cake allowed on this special day! Almost always – or really, … Continue reading

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Whole Grain Biscuits with Spelt

Cathy of Bread Experience ( http://www.breadexperience.com/bake-your-own-bread.html) puts together other bakers and their month’s baking endeavors. This month one of the bakers was Calamity Jane (http://apronstringz.wordpress.com/) who baked “Perfect Whole Grain Biscuits.” Since I haven’t done biscuits in a loooong time, … Continue reading

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