Posted by: bearcruzer | August 7, 2010

Baking Bread

I have finally begun to get the hang of baking in the BBQ.   As you may or may not know I do not have an oven on the boat but I was assured by the previous owner that the Galley Mate BBQ that came with our boat can be used to bake.   I am using a no kneed wet dough recipe that I have taken from a book I have called Artisan Bread in 5 minutes a day.   The secret is that you prepare the dough ahead of time and keep it in the refrigerator for use, then it only takes the 5 minutes to prepare it for baking.  The loaves turn out wonderful and rival what we were able to get in Martinique at the French bakeries.   I have also baked cookies and brownies and will attempt an Angel Food Cake for Michael soon and maybe even a pie.   It has given me a new challenge though and I have been on the lookout for a larger baking stone and a pizza peel, neither of which I have been able to locate yet.   We don’t realize how spoiled we are in the US where you can get whatever supplies and equipment you need quickly and inexpensively.     Maybe I’ll find them when we get toTrinidad.

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  1. Hi Mike and Chrystal,
    Is there a recipe for this? I make bread from time to time and this sounds great.
    I have enjoyed following your adventure and the marvelous photos.
    Thanks,
    Paula


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