YeastSpotting 1.2.09


Happy New Year!

For more bread inspiration, and information on how to participate in YeastSpotting, visit the YeastSpotting archive.
Loaves and Rolls
Soft Rolls
Hot Cross Buns
Ciabatta Rolls
Easy Wholemeal Red Wine Walnut Bread
Tomato Quinoa Bread
Fresh Dill Bread
Cranberry Semolina Crown With Pine Nuts and Fennel
Flatbreads, Filled Breads, and Savory Pastries
Savoury Salmon Yule Wreath - BBB
Cheesy Herb Challah
Sweet Breads and Pastries
Christmas Stollen
Nocciolata-Filled Danish Pastry
Dan Lepard's Extra Moist Stollen
Swedish Coffee Ring with Apricots and Almonds
festive bread
Cabbage and Rye Panade

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  1. All of this bread are so beautiful….
    It never failed to impress me!

  2. Hey lovely round up! Guess ur blog has found an admirer in me :)
    love it!

  3. Is it boring to say: I’m always happy to see these go up! I’m so happy you do these!

  4. I echo what Tanna has to say. Thank you for this.
    And a Happy New Year too.

  5. My New Year’s resolution is to bake more bread, and with your web-site to inspire me, it should not be difficult to accomplish.

  6. Elra, Happy New Year!

    Navita, thanks for joining YeastSpotting this week!

    Tanna and Aparna, I appreciate your kind comments. It is such a pleasure for me to put YeastSpotting together.

    Eileen, looking forward to seeing your breads and hopefully you will send some to YeastSpotting!

  7. Hi Susan, thanks for another great round up – great way for the eyes to ‘feast’ on the wonderful bakes!

  8. Is there anything more beautiful than a round-up of homemade bread? What a lovely array of comfort.

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