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colettem

Chicago, ILLINOIS
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Recent Reviews


Re:Authentic Brioche Bread Recipe

I've made these whenever I didn't have time or opportunity to make the croissants. These are now a family favorite.


Posted: 02:07 pm on November 22nd 2016

Re:Croissants

This recipe is not for the faint of heart. But the results are fantastic! The downside: you will get many, many requests and not have the time or endurance to fill them all. This has become a "special request" with my family and friends. Note: This is not a quickie recipe. Plan this as a two day project. That way, the longest rest (for the dough - 12 hours) will be overnight.You have to love to bake for this recipe. The results are so, so good.Two technical notes: 1. One of my pre-ferments didn't foam well (may have been the yeast). Worked fine anyway, just missed that deep flavor. 2. Use the best butter. It's more malleable. Besides, when you put in this kind of work, you want to use the best ingredients.


Posted: 10:36 am on December 24th 2008