2/8/10

European Bread Tutorials




I grew up in a German home with German cook books. My first language was German, but as soon as I went to Elementary School and picked up more American I would answer my parents in American. By the time I was doing the baking in the home, mom would help me translate the German recipes, but after moving to my own home, I would struggle with the recipe terms and measurements and ingredients and didn't use those books much. After visiting Germany a few times as an adult there was a renewed interest in the wonderful breads the Germans would make. I have managed to pick up a few techniques and recipes that our family enjoys.
While searching for something online, I got distracted by searching for something else and soon I was searching for something else...you know how that goes, when I came across a Blog written in English, about European Breads! The Blog is about a man living in Germany who is experimenting with all the different kinds of German flours to make breads., complete with pictorial tutorials!
So if you are a beginner baker or more advanced there is something for you at
Aehrlich Gesacht
(Truthfully Told) only the Title is in German

© Monika Hardy

4 comments:

Conny said...

OH! Danke, danke, danke!! :) Your story sounds so much like my own. I can't wait to go check out this blog & get back in touch w/ MY lacking German baking skills.

Mrs A said...

thank you for sharing! I look forward to trying these out!!!

Sharon said...

I have struggled for years to make a good loaf of bread. Maybe he will have some tips that will help me! Thank you for the link!

Bob West said...

God has greatly gifted you
I enjoyed visiting your blog
God Bless;

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