I organized a great onion bread competition at my place. It was me against a larger bakery (equals ‘bought from store’). Well, honestly, there wasn’t much to compete, as one of the breads was glutein-free. Or, maybe there was some competition after all.
I mean, I’ve been quite suspicios towards the glutein-free products. They look small, dry and feel like a stone when you grab a bag in your hands. But, oh my! The bread was actually soft, and quite moist, baked with oatmeal and onion.
So, incase I or anyone near me ever gets celiac, no need to worry. Bread will still be yummy! Glutein-free, bakery-made is on the right:
I also practiced making a new kind of cake. Well, sure was interesting and took a lot of faith baking this layered cake:
This type of cake is actually quite popular in Germany, under the name ‘Baumkuchen’. My recipe used some rum in dough and dark chocolate for icing, so actually I didn’t like the flavour in the end.
But baking this was surely an interesting process. The edges burned, oven was full of smoke and it took tons of attention making this layer by layer. Also, something I absolutely loved doing!