What should we eat during this hot weather when we want to have something sweet with a cup of coffee? The answer is clear – it shouldn’t be too sweet. A plum cake is just the thing here. With the summer time finally the plum season begins. By the time, we find plums everywhere in the markets and if you are lucky you can take a mini plum harvest or two from branches hanging over fences on a hiking tour.
In fact, I wrote two blog posts at the same time today. The recipe for the French Apple Thyme Tart got its finishing touch today and is eagerly waiting for you at the bottom of this article. Since so many of you engaged in the vote on Instagram and 80 percent ultimately agreed that today’s post would be sweet and not savoury, the winner was the French apple thyme tart, and on Thursday or Friday a green, vegan, but still filling lunch will follow.
Finally the time has come. How long have I been talking about it on Instagram? It seems to be for an eternity. You probably already thought, okay, when will this bread finally be online? We’ve already voted on its name, so finally post it or stop dangling it in front of us 😀 Now it’s finally ready to be shared. Wolfgang’s farmer’s bread. Gluten-free German sourdough bread for you to bake at home. We feel like we made a hundred baking attempts, until the bread was the way we wanted it to be. But it finally worked out…
Who wants to live without bread? Almost nobody. And those who live gluten-free, neither. It isn’t fun at all. And eating is not just nutrition, it’s mostly fun, isn’t it? Although TLGS was only launched last summer, a bread recipe has long been missing here. Bread is simply the basis for so much and since I have promised you that TLGS will mostly present you with recipes for everyday, it’s high time to write about bread here!
Hello friends, I hope you all had a great Christmas and arrived happily, healthy and full of curiosity in the 2020s. The following article is a bit older, but due to difficult weather conditions and a sometimes too slow connection, my internet browser didn’t even want to open WordPress, let alone upload pictures.