This Semi-Rye Sandwich Sourdough is squishy. I don’t know if that’s the perfect word for it. But when you press on the loaf, it squishes down and puffs back up. The crumb is like a soft, tender sponge. But it’s not dry like a sponge at all. It’s actually very hydrated. It’s such a good texture – I highly, highly recommend tasting it yourself. Because clearly, I’m describing it very awkwardly.
This Honey Oat Sourdough Loaf is a great sandwich bread. It’s fluffy, light, a little sweet, and oat-y. Naturally-leavened with sourdough but not sour at all, it still has the delicious complex flavor that sourdough starter leaves.
This Old Style Monte Cristo recipe is a riff on a classic. Monte Cristos are pan-fried ham and cheese sandwiches. This one uses old style mustard and raspberry jam for balance in every bite.