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"This was my time cooking with fennel, in fact I don't like the taste of anise. I'm glad I tried it because this was delicious. I made one batch which everyone tried and loved so I went to the store, got more fennel and made a double batch the same day for dinner. I didn't have any chicken stock so I used vegetable bouillon cubes dis..."
"These buns were a big hit. I followed the recipe as written except I only used one package of yeast which is 2 1/4 teaspoons instead of one tablespoon as written. Will be making these again."
"These are the best english muffins I've ever had. I just made my 2nd batch in 3 days. I cooked half of them on a cast iron griddle and half in a cast iron skillet. I let them go 7 min. on the first side and 6 on the 2nd and they were cooked perfectly. Thanks for posting this recipe, Dan"
"I made this for a New Years brunch at a friends house who happens to be vegetarian. I made a vegetarian version by subbing Smart Bacon, bacon substitute for the bacon. I used canned whole peeled plum tomatoes that I chopped up instead of fresh because you can't buy a decent tomato in NY in Jan. I followed the rest of the recipe and it turned out f..."
"Very good rye bread. I quadrupled the recipe and baked it in loaf pans. I let the sponge sit for 12 hrs. I proofed my starter before hand so I didn't use the dry yeast. I got very good rise both in the bowl and in the loaf pan, although there was very little oven spring. I didn't spray the loaves because we don't like hard crust, in fact I brushed..."
"I've made this twice now, once with just cauliflower the other time with both, it was a big hit both times. I made full fat version because thats what we like. Will definitely make again."
"This was very good bread, I doubled the recipe and it worked fine. It was pretty cold in my house the day I made it so it took about 5 hrs. to rise but it was well worth the wait. Thanks for this recipe, Dan"