I have those round thingies for fried eggs; do you think those would work, if placed on a lined cookie sheet? The size is about the same as store-bought English muffins.pidgeon92 said:You need to get English Muffin molds, which are essentially biscuit molds.....
They make great mini-pizzas too, if you have a couple of tablespoons of leftover tomato sauce. That, and two or three slices of pepperoni or whatever leftovers would work on a pizza, and the cheese of your choice, and five minutes in a hot oven....pidgeon92 said:I never bought English Muffins, but now I make them all the time....
I freeze my tomato sauce into cubes as well, and use it for all sorts of things like adding a little kick to gravies and soups.pidgeon92 said:We put all sorts of stuff on pizza... Whatever kind of sausage or veggies are around, they go on the pizza at the end of the week. I use olive oil as a base, or often a roasted pepper sauce that I freeze into cubes.
Thank you for posting your review! I'm still torn between the DTV and the Kindle version. But its good to know the formatting of the Kindle version isn't messed up.beachgrl said:Well, here's my update. I have baked three loaves in three days and each is better than the last. Went out today and bought the pizza peel since I plan on continuing baking my own instead of store bought. I do however make 1/2 lb loaves rather than a full lb. Have our son, DIL and granddaughters coming for a week long visit soon and I plan on wowing them with homebaked breads and goodies from this cookbook. Thank you for posting this book! Being transplants from San Francisco, Calif. this is the closest I have come to the original sourdough. I highly recommend this cookbook .