A podcast about home baking by a home baker. Hosted by Kate in her small London flat.
Episode 44: German (and Austrian) Christmas Biscuits
In this episode, Kate talks about four cookies eaten in Germany in Advent and Christmas: Linzer augen, hausfreunde, pfeffernusse and vanillekipferl. I talk about why I'm officially a convert to making biscuits at Christmas, which cookies blew my socks off and what I'll be baking again! If you're wondering where Germany's most famous Christmas export, lebkuchen, are, there's going to be a cheeky episode devoted solely to them! Please find us on Facebook and Insta and see flourbuttereggssugar.com for recipes! Merry Christmas, happy holidays and wishing you well 3
Episode 43: The Importance of Canadian Flour with Mary
In this episode Kate briefly talks about Melissa Clark's to-die-for apple pie recipe and Alice Medrich's cocoa brownies, then gets chatting to the lovely Mary about sourdough. Music: Steam by spring gang, via Epidemic Sound. Website: flourbuttereggssugar.com Email me: email@example.com
Episode 42: Delectable Chocolate Chip Cookies
In this episode, I give a summary of cookbooks I've recently bought and those I desperately want! I also talk about three very different but very special chocolate chip cookies: massive salted peanut CCCs, brown butter brown sugar CCCs and olive oil vegan CCCs (also very popular with non-vegans). For written recipes please see flourbuttereggssugar.com You can also find us on Instagram and Facebook.
Episode 41: From London to Virginia - Interview with Kendra
In this episode Kate is talking to the lovely Kendra and continuing to promote her strong views on the necessity of a US-UK Pie Exchange Programme. Hope you enjoy the episode! If you use Apple podcasts, a review would be wonderful. Our website is flourbuttereggssugar.com and you can find us on Facebook and Instagram.
Episode 40: Here Today, Scone Tomorrow
In this episode Kate gives a very brief history of the scone, the secret ratio of scone making, variations on the classic scone and a New York Times recipe for fruit scones made with sour cream.
Episode 39: Interview with Caitlin
In this episode I talk to the lovely Caitlin about baking traditions in different countries and our baking journeys; while it's okay to make mistakes and baking while disabled.
Instructive and interesting for any home baker
I really enjoyed the recent episode about your trip to Barre, both your description of the scenery and of the food you found there. Looking forward to hearing more of your adventures in the future.
Love to listen!!
I have just recently found this, I enjoy it very much