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RachelLeigh Posted - Sep 05 2017 : 6:27:36 PM
My copy of Cast Iron Kitchen was delivered today. Oh my gosh, it's just... my stomach is growling and my tastebuds are on overdrive as I flip through the pages. I will go back and savor every page like I do with every MJF publication, of course, but it looks like a spectacular book. I've already started figuring out how I can make some of the recipes kosher. Can't wait to try them all!

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Tumbleweed Posted - Nov 06 2018 : 7:41:42 PM
Hi Joanne
I tried to make aebleskivers but they didn't turn out so good. I couldn't flip them. I am not giving up though.


The fun begins where the sidewalk ends. Shel Silverstein
fox Posted - Nov 06 2018 : 2:05:43 PM
Just received Cast Iron Kitchen and I love it. I especially like the recipe Dutch Baby and am looking forward to try lots of the recipes like all of the aebleskiver, and the cinnamon sugar knots. I am going to ask Santa for more cast iron especially the aebleskiver pan and the beautiful cast iron cookbook stand. I really liked the cast-iron restoration and Maintenance section. Thanks for the making such a great cast iron Cookbook.

Farmgirl sister #7732
GGBQuilter Posted - Mar 11 2018 : 2:33:14 PM
Many thanks Sylvia!

Farmgirl #7534
Cissik Posted - Mar 11 2018 : 11:12:54 AM
Type in and you'll find the chat room. It's new. Lots of great information there on everything to do with her book and flour, equipment. I had been baking yeast breads for a long time so I have bread pans, thermometers, dough whisks, etc.

Kent, WA
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Back Door Farm Girls Chapter
GGBQuilter Posted - Mar 10 2018 : 6:28:43 PM
Hi Sylvia: Is the Wild Bread chatroom under Farm Kitchen? Perhaps I'm over-looking it. As a fairly new Farmgirl, I am still working my way around the website. Thanks!

Farmgirl #7534
Cissik Posted - Mar 10 2018 : 08:37:10 AM
My kitchen is very cool and so I do use the proofer. Determined to get hubby off supermarket bread and eating whole grain. Wish me luck ladies. So far he's totally fooled by bread made with the kamut/specialty flour.
Today, grandkids are coming over. Check out how Ashley used the Brioche recipe in the Wild Bread chatroom, made some changes and did up some righteous sourdough cinnamon rolls.

Kent, WA
Farm Girl #5389
Back Door Farm Girls Chapter
GGBQuilter Posted - Mar 09 2018 : 5:58:25 PM
Greetings: I also have the Cast Iron Kitchen and recently received Wild Bread. Both books are amazing, actually all MaryJane's books are amazing! I have been reading more through Wild Bread and am excited about getting started, making bread is new to me! I started to look on-line for the suggested equipment for the beginner. Oh my, the items will be costly. Are there any experienced bread makers out there, or beginners, that have suggestions about the equipment they will be using without purchasing new items? Also, our home is on the cool side, especially the kitchen until summer, doesn't sound like 'mother' would be happy in our kitchen without the bread proofer/yogurt maker. Again suggestions? Many thanks!

Farmgirl #7534
suny58 Posted - Jan 12 2018 : 3:43:14 PM
I am GOING TO GET THIS come the first of February!!! I looked at the copy and the recipes are RIGHT up my alley! I have purchased 3 cast iron skillets from yard sales and they need seasoning but I can't wait! Thanks for sharing your experience!

Farmgirl #7703
"Blessed are they that see beautiful things in humble places, where other people see nothing." Pissarro
HodgeLodge Posted - Jan 12 2018 : 1:03:19 PM
That sounds wonderful Sylvia. I will have to get this book.

Tiana ~ Farmgirl #4817

"If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need."~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
Cissik Posted - Sep 07 2017 : 07:47:39 AM
YOu have to try the scalloped potato recipe in a cast iron pot!!!OMG the best ever!

Kent, WA
Farm Girl #5389
Back Door Farm Girls Chapter

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