Recipes From the Rye Baker

Berlin Rye. Photo: Stanley Ginsberg/The Rye Baker.

A number of you, our dear readers, said you’d have liked to have attended the rye class this past weekend taught by Stanley Ginsberg if only you weren’t thousands of miles away. Short of putting Stanley on tour, the next best thing is to take a look at his detailed rye blog which I neglected to mention in my last post. There are enough recipes there to keep you busy for months. The bread recipe we made on Saturday was the Berlin rye pictured above. You can find that recipe here.

I’ve had to take a break from baking, but when I get back to it I’m going to specialize in rye exclusively. Why? You just can’t find a decent rye loaf for sale even in the big city. You gotta make it yourself!

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  1. Awesome! We’re lucky enough to have a bakery that makes a decent rye loaf (a style similar to above, a caraway seedy rye and a dark pumpernickle) but only on special days, and they’re across town so I don’t always head that way on the right day.

    My ‘winter goal’ is to start baking bread on the regular and this is a great way to start. Thanks for the link!

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