No Knead Bread For Two

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The Internet feels a little too crowded this morning. Much like a packed, swarming street corner of any major city, sometimes it can be slightly claustrophobic. Waking up and swiping through my emails, Instagram feed, Pinterest, and finding the courage to check the news can be absolutely overwhelming. We now live in a world built of digital bricks and somehow are wandering our way through everyone’s highlight reels. Me, I’m hoping for my own reel someday, but for now let's take it back to the basics. Making bread seems like an absolutely overwhelming and daunting task. It comes in so many different flavors, textures, shapes. My background in cooking & baking is simple, I used to burn everything I made. Everything. I even set non-food objects on fire. Paper towels, oven mitts, food containers. My husband and I began our marriage eating out every night, at restaurants, at my mother's house, basically anywhere we could get a reservation. After a while, I figured I would give it a try and jumped into cooking and baking with both feet. And with that I found my passion. This bread recipe is very saturated on the Internet: the magical, no knead, easy, fabulous, dutch oven bread. But like most crowded street corners, everyone is unique and we all have to cross. So I’m throwing my hat in the ring with this bread, with the main difference being it’s a small loaf, perfect for two people to share, or if you’re too scared to start out with a giant loaf. The whole thing is a little larger than the size of my hand and is best warm and fresh out of the oven. The pockets alone will have you in awe that you created this magic yourself. And don’t get me started on the smell that will waft through your kitchen.


no knead bread for two