Suzi's Blog

Cheese Rolls from The Cheese Board

This Thursday I wrote a TBT cookbook review of The Cheese Board: Collective Works from the great cheese collective in Berkeley, California. It’s a great culinary institution and this book is a tribute to the most talented bakers that have refined the collective’s recipes for decades. This is Suzi’s favorite recipe from the book: the…

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Potato Rolls

Dozens. Tens of dozens. Hundred of dozens. This is Suzen’s favorite roll and, once you try it, you’ll understand why. I know, it’s hard at first to think about “potato” and “roll” in the same phrase. Trust me. These rolls are soft, velvety, with a subtle flavor that loves to be mated with butter and…

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Nana’s Potato Rolls

It’s kinda interesting to watch. I mean, I’ve literally seen water evaporate off the dessert floor. But rolls? They can evaporate, too. That pan of Nana’s Potato Rolls was put in front of my grandsons and I turned around — and I did go get a coffee and the paper — and when I was…

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Soft Barbeque Rolls by Stephen Schmidt

A long time ago, our friend Stephen Schmidt gave us the recipe for these barbeque rolls. Yes, they are softer than Charmin. No, they do not have to be used with barbeque. Oh, with pulled pork and sauce? You’d think you were in the The Carolinas or maybe Texas Hill Country. But really, these wonderful…

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