YeastSpotting 7.11.08

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  1. [...] Make sure to check out other wonderful yeasted creations this week at [...]

  2. Susan,

    thank you so much for including my Graham bread in the roundup!!

  3. I don’t really have a comment on the recipes- but I really wanted to say how much I love your blog. Absolutely fan-bloody-tastic! – I can’t believe how amazing your loaves look – or how broad a range of things you’ve done. So much better than any book I’ve seen on baking. I’ve not yet tried your steaming method, but I have it in mind to do so this weekend. Don’t know if I’ll be able to find the required stones for heating – Ireland doesn’t really have a barbequing climate. But rocks or not: A thousand thanks to you for sharing all your excellent work. Fab -fab – fabbity, fab, fab, fab.

  4. Yum Yum! What a great selection, again. I have to check them out.

  5. Thank you “Susan” for including my mom’s recipe in the roundup :)

  6. Thank you! This site is a good source of inspiration for me.

  7. Thank you for linking to my crumpets and leading me to your blog! What a great site it is. Thank you again.

  8. Thank you so much for including my gluten-free whole grain bread in your roundup this week. Much appreciated! :)

  9. What a wonderful round-up Susan. Makes looking for a tempting bread recipe to bake during the week very easy! I had tons of basil to use up yesterday so I made the pesto fans and they were a big hit.

  10. Thanks for the link!

    Sounding My Barbaric Gulp!

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