Tim Healea, renowned for the quality of the breads that he makes at his Little t American Baker in Portland, Oregon, said he never dreamed he’d have a career in the food business, much less own his own bakery.
In this episode of Food.Farmer.Earth, veteran pastry chef and owner of The Waffle Window, Mary O’Rourke, demonstrates a favorite holiday soda bread recipe.
Food.Farmer.Earth newsletter: Cookies- Pastry chef Mary O’Rourke shows how to make brown sugar pecan macaroon cookies, a favorite of hers from childhood. For those who are not able to eat gluten products, a real treat, a visit to a bakery where they can eat whatever they choose. Coming next week, how to make a holiday soda bread; a visit with a world-class bread baker; and the weekly roundup of curated content on the web.
Mary O’Rourke of The Waffle Window takes a traditional Irish Soda bread, shakes it up with a few seasonal winter ingredients to bring us her rendition: Holiday Soda Bread O’Rourke.
Veteran pastry chef and owner of The Waffle Window shares her perspective on what makes for a good cookie, and a great cookie.
The bakery was created “ to bring together” those who can’t consume gluten products, and regular eaters into the same communal environment for all its customers.
Pastry chef Mary O’Rourke of The Waffle Window in Portland, Oregon shares one of her favorite holiday cookies made from three simple ingredients.
Food.Farmer.Earth newsletter: Kitchen Knives Chef Melinda Casady demonstrates how to work effectively with a 10″ kitchen knife. Arnon Kartmazov forges japanese inspired kitchen knives in his warehouse studio. Coming next week is a look at cookies, and great selection of posts curated from around the web.
This segment explores some of the deeper issues around our food system on matters of concern from a wide variety of food enthusiasts, farmers, and food experts.
This is our cooking segment (and the craft behind food-making) from our Food.Farmer.Earth series.