(We need to move to a "C" city...)
Wow! I'm impressed. I'm not sure I can do bread. It seems complicated. All that waiting and rising and such! Good job!
wow- that looks too good to eat! post the recipe, please!
From Artisan Bread in 5? We just made our first loaf a bit over a week ago . . . and since then we've made several additional batches. We can't seem to keep a loaf around for more than a day. Your loaf looks awesome. Much better than mine do. A masterpiece indeed.
Looks scrumptious. That's the 5 minute bread? When my hand heals, I'm definately trying that. Please post to Stay and eat. Thanks!
Yes Lizzie, it is from the book Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a day, meaning, Leighanna, I didn't have much waiting or rising and there was zero kneading. I made the dough and it made three loaves and two baguettes over the course of about a week. Awesome. Here's their website which has several recipes: http://www.artisanbreadinfive.com/
she is a beaut. We've been baking those breads for some time now. Great cookbook. Got Jocelyn's husband started on them a year ago. So glad you gave it a try. they do impress. I made one per table for theRS holiday dinner in 2008. no one asked me to do it in 09....darn
I have tasted this bread- it was AMAZING! If I can ever get ahold of that book I am making some for sure. Thanks again for sharing Heather!
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