YeastSpotting 11.14.08

Another stunning cast of bread stars this week:

For more bread inspiration, and information on how to be spotted, visit the YeastSpotting archive.

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  1. I am starting to be pretty afraid of your yeastspotting posts….

    I feel like a puppy with 20 different toys, running around from one to the other, not sure which to play with… :-)

  2. I am on a no carb diet thing, so I thought I would come over to your site for a good dose of torture! Always a feast for the eyes!

  3. I could not pass without writting a comment!!
    you site is awsome , you are such an accomplished baker.Thank you for sharing us your wonderful recipes!!

  4. Awesome! I love your place. There are so many tips about yested baked stuffs that I really want to learn more. Thanks so much!

  5. Oh, my gosh, Susan. You really found some fantastic recipes this week. I especially love that Moroccan holiday bread. Mmm….

  6. My goodness, how you inspire me.

  7. Wow! Where to begin? Everything is just mouth-watering – as it always is chez toi! I’m feeling very inspired…if I can’t run, I can bake, right?
    Thank you for your kind toughts about my foot :)

  8. I love these posts (and wonder where you find the time to gather all of these). Please keep ‘em coming!

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