Dear Bread Experts,
Since I've loved this list for so long and have gotten
tons of tips and recipes from all you wonderful people, I
thought it's about time I give something back! Here's a
recipe my Zoji-owning friend developed, and it's one of
my favorites. It works well in my DAK, and he said I could
share it with you:
JERRY MCBRIDE'S CARAWAY RYE BREAD
1 1/4 cups water
2 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons brown sugar
2 tablespoons dark molasses
2 tablespoons caraway seed
2 teaspoons salt
1 3/4 cups all purpose flour
1 cup rye flour
1/2 cup pumpernickle**
2 tablespoons gluten
4 teaspoons yeast
Add ingredients as per your machine's manufacturer instructions.
Jerry bakes on White Bread setting; I use Whole Wheat Setting.
**Note: We purchase pumpernickle at a wonderful local mill,
and it's quite coarse, resulting in "bumpy" bread. If you prefer
a finer-textured bread, you may want to grind the pumpernickle
in a coffee mill before adding it.
I know the Tuthilltown Gristmill & Country Store
does a mail-order business because I have an old catalog
in front of me, but I don't know if they charge for catalogs
or not. They are located on Gristmill Lane, Gardiner, NY,
12525-9501, and their phone number is (914) 255-5695. In
addition to selling flours milled on the premises, they sell
spices, grains, beans, seeds, cereals, and all kinds of stuff.
I have no connection with the business, other than
a love of taking a leisurely ride through the country to
poke around their store for an hour! They're great people.
If you're in the New Paltz, New York area, they're worth a
Enjoy, and thanks for all your sharing!
|| Bonnie | Fulmer ||
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|| 112 Spack- | enkill Road ||
|| Poughkeepsie, | NY 12603 ||
|| voice: (914) | 463-7810 ||
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