For the Love of Bread
I always loved the smell of homemade bread when I visited my Grandma Robertson. She had such a knack for making bread. The soft texture and the taste were unbelievable. Grandma use to serve it alongside her Borsht Soup. My mouth is drooling just thinking about it. Lol. I have always had a passion for cooking but when it comes to bread it is defiantly an art. Amazing as my grandma’s bread was I do believe that mine is rising to the occasion. “No pun intended” I feel that I have crafted the art of making bread just like my grandma with just practice and little secrets I have learnt along the way. I am so grateful I have been able to share with my kids the magic of making and baking bread. I hope that they can carry on this tradition for the next generation and for years to come. I want to share with everyone the tips and recipes that I have made over the years and the skills that my grandma taught me when I was a child. I will post bread recipes below and tips that will make baking bread easy and enjoyable.
If you know of where to get fresh Sockeye Salmon, this recipe is even more incredible. I use canned sockeye salmon, but I most certainly love it when I get my hands on the fresh stuff. Even if you can find canned smoked salmon, this is absolutely incredible!