Some articles on baking, french baking, french:
... several kinds of pre-ferment commonly named and used in bread baking ... baker's yeast Biga and poolish are terms used in Italian and French baking, respectively, for sponges made with domestic baker's yeast ... Once old dough had rested for an additional 10 hours of age, the French named it Levain de Chef ...
Famous quotes containing the words baking and/or french:
“We cannot set aside an hour for discussion with our children and hope that it will be a time of deep encounter. The special moments of intimacy are more likely to happen while baking a cake together, or playing hide and seek, or just sitting in the waiting room of the orthodontist.”
—Neil Kurshan (20th century)
“Saigon was an addicted city, and we were the drug: the corruption of children, the mutilation of young men, the prostitution of women, the humiliation of the old, the division of the family, the division of the countryit had all been done in our name.... The French city ... had represented the opium stage of the addiction. With the Americans had begun the heroin phase.”
—James Fenton (b. 1949)