Bread and Baking

  • Brown, Seedy Soda Bread

    The best soda bread we have ever tasted.

  • Coffee Coffeecake

    Mmmm. Can't wait for mid-morning break.

  • Crumpets

    Requires 4 crumpet or egg poaching rings from your favourite kitchen store.

  • French Bread

    An ancient family recipe

  • Iozza's Corn and Bacon Muffins

    Makes 12 muffins. One of these muffins is good for half a meal. Just pair it with a good soup or salad.

  • Margaret's Crepes

    The thinnest finest crepes you will ever make! Good for both savoury dishes and desserts.

  • Pizza Dough

    This dough can be ready to bake in only 25 minutes.

  • Scottish Oatcakes

    These oatcakes were also known as the bread of Scotland dating back at least as far as the 14th century. Oats were one of the only grains able to survive and grow in the Scottish climate so it was a staple in the Scots diet and a substantial part of the Scottish culture. The tradition of Scottish oatcakes has remained over the centuries and is a traditional recipe that can still be found in several rural towns and villages in Nova Scotia (especially in Cape Breton and northeastern Nova Scotia areas such as Antigonish and Pictou).

  • Sour Cream Scones

    Yes, it's an old fashioned love song, light and slightly tangy. These are intended for tea, but you can leave out the sugar and dried fruits and put in some chives and/or bacon bits and they are also great for breakfast.

  • Tuscan Bread

    This recipe uses a biga, as a starter to give the bread a slightly sourdough taste which is characteristic of country breads.

    We also make use of a full power food processor for speed and convenience.

  • Yorkshire Pudding

    The standard accompaniment to roast beef.

Here are some links to good recipes for Bread and Baking from other sites

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Bread and Baking

  • Brown, Seedy Soda Bread

    The best soda bread we have ever tasted.

  • Coffee Coffeecake

    Mmmm. Can't wait for mid-morning break.

  • Crumpets

    Requires 4 crumpet or egg poaching rings from your favourite kitchen store.

  • French Bread

    An ancient family recipe

  • Iozza's Corn and Bacon Muffins

    Makes 12 muffins. One of these muffins is good for half a meal. Just pair it with a good soup or salad.

  • Margaret's Crepes

    The thinnest finest crepes you will ever make! Good for both savoury dishes and desserts.

  • Pizza Dough

    This dough can be ready to bake in only 25 minutes.

  • Scottish Oatcakes

    These oatcakes were also known as the bread of Scotland dating back at least as far as the 14th century. Oats were one of the only grains able to survive and grow in the Scottish climate so it was a staple in the Scots diet and a substantial part of the Scottish culture. The tradition of Scottish oatcakes has remained over the centuries and is a traditional recipe that can still be found in several rural towns and villages in Nova Scotia (especially in Cape Breton and northeastern Nova Scotia areas such as Antigonish and Pictou).

  • Sour Cream Scones

    Yes, it's an old fashioned love song, light and slightly tangy. These are intended for tea, but you can leave out the sugar and dried fruits and put in some chives and/or bacon bits and they are also great for breakfast.

  • Tuscan Bread

    This recipe uses a biga, as a starter to give the bread a slightly sourdough taste which is characteristic of country breads.

    We also make use of a full power food processor for speed and convenience.

  • Yorkshire Pudding

    The standard accompaniment to roast beef.

Here are some links to good recipes for Bread and Baking from other sites