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Trying to make baguettes

I recently borrowed some books from the library and two of those were about bread making. Both were by the same baker.  One book was called Dough and the other Crust. 253 more words

Gippsland

Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day

I love fresh homemade bread. I mean, who doesn’t? I think its the best thing ever! It’s even better than dessert. I especially love fresh bread with the yummy crisp crust and great chew. 916 more words

At The Table

All You Knead is Love

Hello!

This semester I’m enrolled in an artisan breads class! (Get it? Rolled?? Ha.)

And we’ve been making some tasty stuff!

The first week, we made french baguettes and fougasse with olives and parmesan cheese. 196 more words

This all started because of baguettes

…and my inability to shape them.

I’m trying to keep track of all the ways that bread making can be hard so I figure out what to do and move on to find other ways that bread making might be hard. 662 more words

Failures

Weird Obsessions...

Greeting Readers!

Earlier today I was pondering the thought of doing a blog post about some of my weird and slightly unusual, okay, so very unusual obsessions. 406 more words

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FRANCE

Merry Christmas everyone! We’re back home now and have been getting back into the swing of things, so haven’t had a chance to write blog posts for the last couple of stops on our trip. 673 more words

Birmingham's bargain baguettes


Think the baguette is a symbol of French cuisine? Think again. Birmingham is full of them. Forget about Brum’s balti heritage and follow me on a second-city baguette crawl. 507 more words

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