Bread making is so easy. I took a half-day course at Sylvia Reynoso's school and had a pan de sal business for 3 years. I used to bake bread and my neighbors would knock on our gate and buy every morning or afternoon. I also took up commercial baking and bread making. The first time with Jing and the second time, just by myself because I wanted to be sure if I really wanted to open a bakery. We do not have one in Bel-Air. I opted not to because even if I get a baker, I cannot wake up early to supervise the business.
So...... Being so wheatful... I bought a new Kitchen Aid dough hook attachment yesterday. I had to replace my old one. It served me faithfully for several years.
My experiment tonight was Baguette.
It was so easy to make!!!!
But I do not have a baguette pan. The bread expanded in the oven and touched each other.
It did not become crusty.
I liked the taste and the texture. I just need to toast it really well when I reheat. I saved one for Tricia and another one for Cat.
I better not experiment anymore.
Pan de sal is my next bread making project.