Slowly fermented and shaped by hand, artisan bread is easier to make than you might think. Especially when you're short on time, try the recipe for five-minute artisan bread.See Popular Artisan Bread Recipes
Molly Hawks-Fagnoni and her husband, Michael Fagnoni, love their homemade brioche so much that they created a dessert for it. They start with a layer of ethereal lemon cream, top it with a toasty slice of the brioche, then dollop it with whipped cream. The finishing touch is tart, juicy blackberries in rosemary-vanilla syrup.
Dating from a recipe that appeared in the 1940s, this sweet citrusy bread dough recipe is tied in tender pretzel-shape rolls. Drizzle glaze from a spoon or squeeze from a bag with a hole snipped in the corner. Serve the rolls for brunch or breakfast.
Kids will love this fun pretzel snack that's shaped like a house and served with dipping sauce.
This yeast bread has the best flavor with freshly grated Parmesan or Romano cheese.
In Mexico, these crusty football-shape yeast rolls are called bolillo (boh-LEE-yoh). The little buns have chewy inner texture, ideal for making sandwiches and serving with stew.
These rich yeast loaves have a surprise inside. Each strip of dough is stuffed with a sweet cream cheese filling before being braided together.
This rich yeast bread, pan de muerto, is served to honor the dead on Mexico's Day of the Dead celebration. The round loaves are decorated with dough in the shapes of skulls and crossbones, and sprinkled with sugar. Families visit the graves and feast together remembering happy times and reaffirming life after death.