Easy Artisan Sandwich Bread

Back in the 1700s in Quebec, people’s diet’s consisted of up to 85% bread, an inconceivable idea in today’s world when so many people are on gluten-free diets. I am not one of these people, however. I love bread. Plus, I need bread for my kid’s lunches next week and have no desire to venture to…

Crusty No Knead Bread

In honour of the hard-working settlers in New France, here is my favourite bread recipe. It’s based on a bread by Jim Lahey, owner of Sullivan Street Bakery in New York.

This bread is amazing. Anyone can make it. It requires no skill, no kneading, and no special ingredients. It also takes very little effort — just time, about 15-20 hours to be exact. But most of that time is just waiting for the long, slow fermentation of the dough to take place, which results in the most perfect loaf.

Pets de Soeur or Nun’s Farts

Literally translated, Pets-de-Soeur mean’s “Nun’s Farts.” I mean, wow. Best name for a recipe ever. It’s also a great way to use up loose bits of dough after making tourtière, galette des rois, etc. Ingredients Leftover pie dough, puff pastry dough, etc. Soft butter Brown sugar Cinnamon Directions Roll dough into a  rectangle about 1/4 inch thick….

Galette des Rois or King’s Cake

Many people of French descent eat Galette des Rois (King Cake) every year on January 6. This date is known as the Epiphany on the Christian calendar and celebrates the arrival of the Three Wise Men in Bethlehem to see Jesus Christ, the newborn king. Galette des Rois is a cake made of puff pastry…