Ever since the nearly famous New York Times “No-knead” article made its way through the breadosphere, I’ve been fairly obsessed with it. As it looks now, Breadtopia.com might as well be "No-knead.com".  I have just posted three of my favorite recipes with accompanying videos. These variations of the basic no-knead method are Cranberry Pecan, Seeded Sour and Parmesan Olive.

While I think one could easily live a long and contented bread baking life with just the no-knead method, for the sake of variety and exploring a range of interesting options, you might be relieved to know that I will be moving in other directions as well.

Over 100 people cast their vote on the home page survey indicating a strong interest in sourdough baking and baking with whole grains so I will certainly be following that lead.

I sure appreciate hearing from people, so don’t hesitate to drop me a line any time. If you have any suggestions for site improvement, I’m all ears. If you would like to share a favorite bread recipe with others, send it over. I’ve started a section here for just such contributions.


New No Knead Bread Videos

2 thoughts on “New No Knead Bread Videos

  1. Thanks, Tony.

    Could it be this one? http://www.breadtopia.com/bread-recipes-dry-yeast/#Rick_s_Whole_Wheat
    It calls for a cup of oatmeal.

    In the next few days, I’ll be posting a video/recipe for a no knead bread that includes steel cut oats. That will be under “No Knead Recipe Variations”. I’ll sent out a notification to newsletter subscribers. At the same time I’ll add a video for making a more traditional sourdough bread that uses mostly whole grains.


  2. Tony Silvestro


    I think your site is a goldmine for those of us who live to eat bread. I think I saw a recipe for oatmeal no-knead bread on your website, but can’t find it again. Could you direct me?I want to "build in" as much nutrition as possible in my breads without unnecessary calories.



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