Recipes. Musings. Portland. Tucson. Fusing Cultures Through Cuisine
Ruchikala has been baking and we want to share our glutenous creations with you!
Wow! You bake too? These are gorgeous.
Awe! Thank you so much! I’ve been working really hard on trying to get my starter in a good place – I think I am finally getting the right kinds characteristics from my starter.
I’m coming down to Tucson in April – if you have any business in Tucson around then, I’d love to feed you!
Let me know when. That would be awesome.
I am soooo in love with you. I love bread so much I have candles that are scenting my home like baking french bread. One of my favorite memories of a travel meal was a loaf of local bread smeared with vermont butter all with no utensils in a parking lot between visiting cheese farms. I wish you were my fairy godmother, forget the fancy ball, how about some warm loaves of your bread…
My partner in gluteny crime! If you bring the oversized gourd I’ll bring the loaves. We can slather goat butter on them eat until we turn into pumpkin brioche cinnamon rolls!
Would you be interested in a bread subscription? I’d be happy to drop you off a sample sometime…
but then we’d probably need a beer to wash that down
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