When I have a starter to use, here's what I do:
Take a cup of starter (less for a less "sour" bread), and mix it with 1.5 c. or so of water. Start adding flour a cup or so at a time, and throw in a teaspoon or so of salt. Knead until it feels right, let rise, etc. etc. I might put in a little butter, oil, or milk because I like a little fat in my bread & the sugar in milk promotes browning. Oh, if you do add milk, be sure to scald it first. I forget the reason now, but it's valid.
When the dough is ready, bake at around 375-400 degrees until the loaf sounds hollow when thumped on the bottom. If you have a pizza stone, bake your bread directly on it for a nice chewy crust.
Make sure to feed your starter, too - if you take out a cup, put in 1/2 c. each of flour and water.
Now you've got me thinking about getting a starter going again. If only DD would consent to being set down long enough for me to throw together a loaf of bread!