Category Archive: English Bread and Yeast Cookery by Elizabeth David

The Cookbook Guru for December…Our Greatest Hits

December is a month of madness in (and out of) the kitchen for us all and as a consequence here at The Cookbook Guru we are spending the month sharing some of our… Continue reading

Give us this day our daily bread… The Elizabeth David round up

Who will be baking their own bread on a more regular basis now after this month’s cookbook guru? I think we should be super impressed with what we’ve created this month from Elizabeth… Continue reading

Tips For Rising Bread In Cooler Temperatures

As we embarked on this month’s book of English Bread and Yeast Cookery by Elizabeth David the weather took a cooler turn here in Australia.  Great from the perspective that we would embrace… Continue reading

Cornish Saffron Cake

Originally posted on Sharing The Food We Love:
I’m not ashamed to admit that I have an in depth love affair with saffron.  I love the golden colour that it imparts into the…

No Knead Irish Soda Bread

We have a wonderful contribution of one of my favourite breads from our newest member, Tania at The Cook’s Pajamas, with a no knead Irish Soda Bread.  Make sure you check out her… Continue reading

Let’s Call it a Fruit Loaf.

Originally posted on Lona's in the kitchen:
I’m a sucker for a good fruit bread. On our recent travels down the south coast of NSW we stopped for a coffee and something…

A Bloomer Loaf or Wholemeal Loaf.

Originally posted on Lona's in the kitchen:
It was wonderful going for a walk this morning with my sister. The sun was warm but the air had a chill in it. Winter…

Bockings

Originally posted on An Evolving Life:
The story of English Breads and Yeast Cookery by Elizabeth David (under review by the blogging cookbook club, The Cookbook Guru, this month) begins nearly twenty years…

Pumpkin Bread

Originally posted on Passion Fruit Garden:
Who can resist instructions like these in a cook book? Slice a pompion, and boil it in fair water, till the water grows clammy, or somewhat thick;…

Elizabeth David’s Blue Cheese Tarts

From the sweet we head to the savoury in the form of these delicious blue cheese tarts from Please Pass The Recipe. Versatile and delicious don’t be put off by the blue cheese… Continue reading

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