bread

How to: Make sourdough

June

The Slowpoke: HOW TO MAKE SOURDOUGH Today, we bake bread. A good, honest sourdough loaf using a wild yeasted sourdough starter. If you didn’t catch the tutorial on making and maintaining your own sourdough starter you’ll find it here. Piero Pignatti Morano from Two Chaps, who has been talking us through the process, is back again with his well-tested recipe for a simple sourdough loaf.
How to: Make sourdough
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How to: Make sourdough starter

June

The Slowpoke: MAKING SOURDOUGH STARTER There’s a lot of beauty to be found in baking your own bread – combining something as simple as flour and water to create a fulfilling daily essential. Taking it a step further by combining those two simple ingredients to ferment with wild yeasts from the surrounding environment, resulting in a strong sourdough starter, captures more beauty still.
How to: Make sourdough starter
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INTERVIEW: TWO CHAPS

May

The Slowpoke: INTERVIEW TWO CHAPS Tucked into an industrial street of Marrickville in Sydney, next to a small school filled with vegie gardens, inside an old welding warehouse resides Two Chaps – a café buzzing with local community and local produce.
INTERVIEW: TWO CHAPS
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INTERVIEW: HARVEST CAFE

September

theslowpoke_harvestcafenewrybar1 Tucked away on a small street in the small town of Newrybar, around 15 minutes from Byron Bay, NSW, is Harvest – a collection of historic buildings that now host a café, deli, bakery and kitchen garden. Not just any café either – one that just last week when we were visiting, won a hat in the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide. A well-deserved tribute to the 70-plus smiling staff that work there – all of whom
INTERVIEW: HARVEST CAFE
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BANANA BREAD

August

theslowpoke_bananabread2 It must be one of the ultimate comforts, banana bread. And surely there’s no better way to make good use of a few ageing bananas than a warm, sweet and earthy loaf. Inspired by this recipe from My New Roots, this loaf of banana bread, filled with plenty of whole foods and sans all animal products, is the ultimate guilt-free breakfast… and morning tea… and afternoon tea – and most definitely late night snack.
BANANA BREAD
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