YeastSpotting 12.19.08

This week Mary from One Perfect Bite gave me a Proximity Award specifically for YeastSpotting. I am honored, and it really is all of the people who submit their amazing baked things each week that make YeastSpotting. So I am supposed to pass this on to eight people, but I’m taking the liberty of making that 72 instead: everyone who has sent something to YeastSpotting this year. Thanks so much to all of you!

On another note, I now have an online form for submitting to YeastSpotting. Thanks to people who already used it this week, and to everyone in advance for using it from now on. I hope you think it’s easy to use, and it really simplifies my life on Thursday night when I am putting these roundups together. There’s a link to the form on the YeastSpotting page.

If you’re celebrating any holidays in the coming week, may they be filled with light, love, laughter, and leavening.

For more bread inspiration, and information on how to be spotted, visit the YeastSpotting archive.
Loaves and Rolls
Griffen's Sourdough Bread
Black-Eyed Bread
Panda Bear Bread
Flatbreads, Filled Breads, and Savory Pastries
focaccia
Naan
crispy witches
Sweet Breads and Pastries
Pumpkin 'n Spice Cinnamon Streusel Buns
Norwegian Christmas Bread
Beignets New Orleans
Pandoro
Cranberry Walnut Bread
Chocolate Stollen
Chocolate Stollen
Chocolate Babka (Sourdough)
Festive Julekage
Breakfast

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  1. Thank you for putting the maple pecan rolls up! I am honored. :)

  2. Yikes! I forgot to send in my bread as usual! Maybe I will just bookmark the form and next time I will be sure to send mine too! Thanks for the spread:)

  3. As always, all entries are gorgeous. I have made m bread using your starter, and I’ll be sending my entry (hopefully) next week.
    Cheers,
    Elra

  4. oooh i’m so excited about yeastspotting. cheers for putting my post up under Breakfast. an absolutely honour :) x

  5. I love your yeastspotting! I’m sort of dipping my toe in the bread baking process and your posts of all the wonderfull breads out there keep me inspired! :)

  6. I’ve been traveling so much, my yeast baking has been on hold. I can’t wait to get started again – these are so inspiring! And thanks, Susan, for starting Yeastspotting.

  7. Thankyou for a great year, Susan. Your blog is wonderful. Yeastspotting is always fun.

  8. Susan,

    I’ve just worked my way through all of this week’s entries. I’m like a child in a candy store. Thank you for making this possible.

  9. I always consider bread a treat and sometimes find toast is perfect for dessert. This week’s yeastspotting is perfect for that! Thanks again Susan.

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