Colonists knew how to mix up batter and steam it over an open fire to make a remarkably moist whole-grain bread. We think they were onto something.
We call for easy-to-find whole-wheat flour, rye flour, and finely ground cornmeal in equal amounts to give our bread balanced whole-grain flavor. Molasses, the traditional sweetener, adds a hint of bitterness. Baking soda and baking powder ... Read More