Sourdough CrepesBy Ann GaffneySourdough crepes are an easy dare I say perfect way to use up leftover starter from the baking process. You can eat them straight away or make a batch for the freezer.Honey Roasted FigsBy Ann GaffneyIn the dish, arrange the figs cut side up in a single layer. Drizzle the honey over the figs. Add the water. Sprinkle the tops of the figs with the sugar. Honeyed Peach TorteBy Ann GaffneyWith a spatula, spoon the cake batter into the prepared tin and gently smooth it towards the sides. It doesn’t matter if it doesn’t quite reach as the cake will puff up and fill in as it bakes. Take the peach slices and push them into the cake batter until they are all used up.Gingery Poached PearsBy Ann GaffneyThese very simple gingery poached pears can be either a wonderful dessert or refreshing breakfast treat paired with a dollop of thick Greek yogurt.Sourdough Blueberry PancakesBy Ann GaffneyIf like me you’re into sourdough bread making, Blueberry Sourdough Pancakes are a great way to use up discarded starter in this easy, special breakfast or brunch treat. Bread and Butter PuddingBy Ann GaffneyBread and Butter Pudding is a favorite British nursery food, nursery food being the food we Brits typically turn to for comfort. This is basically a bread pudding made with a milk based egg custard and if you follow the directions you’ll see that it’s easy to do.Anise Scented Whole Wheat BreadBy Ann GaffneyI came up with the idea for this Anise Scented Whole Wheat Bread after chatting with a friend about Greece. I have found that adding a little anise seed to my basic no-knead bread recipe takes it to another level.