By Sara Dahmen
To celebrate the coming of the spring it’s time to bake bread (I think every season needs some sort of bread!) but, when it’s coming on the equinox, you can “spice” it up a little bit with some spring-time flavors and adornments to make it truly special using early spring flowers made extra special by sugaring.
Spring Equinox Bread Recipe
6 Tbsp unsalted butter (leave out half a day so it’s room temp)
1 cup white sugar
2 eggs (room temp)
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 ½ tsp baking powder
¼ tsp salt
¾ cup whole milk
2 tsp finely chopped freeze dried strawberries
About the Author
Sara Dahmen is a coppersmith, award-winning author and novelist, and entrepreneur. Her expertise is of vintage and modern cookware; she manufactures pure metal kitchenware in her Fredonia, Wisconsin workshop for her company, House Copper & Cookware. All of her current designs are based on American traditions and wares and are sourced in the USA. When unable to recreate traditional elements, she uses only small family owned and operated makers or Armed Forces veterans to help with the production of her cookware pieces. Her work also includes refurbishing and restoring old and damaged copper using vintage tools. Learn more about Sara at: https://www.saradahmen.com/
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