Breaking Bread with Father Dominic
This series is devoted to the art and heart that goes into bread making. A Benedictine monk of Saint Bede Abbey in Peru, Illinois, Father Dominic shares his genuine passion for making bread. Bread is more than just a hobby for Father Dominic. Through his stories and recipes, viewers will appreciate how the actual making of bread can bring together families and friends, the role bread plays in many cultures prevalent in America, and how bread connects us as a society.
Breaking Bread with Father Dominic Previous Broadcasts
Brioche Four Ways (Episode #212)
KQED Plus: Sun, Apr 8, 2001 -- 12:00 PM
Brioche is a buttery dough rich with eggs, and extremely versatile. Father Dominic will demonstrate how to use this marvelously flexible dough in four different recipes from a large classic brioche loaf to a variation on Beef Wellington using a pork roast and ham pate. Featured Bread Break: The Teton Ridge Ranch in Tetonia, Iowa, where " dudes" are treated to great cookin' by an ex-Marine.