YeastSpotting 1.9.09


By now you’ve probably seen the BreadBakingDay #15 roundup (parts 1, 2, and 3) at Annarasa. If you haven’t, you’re in for the treat of more than 30 festive breads from bloggers in 13 countries.

And of course, there’s more…

Loaves and Rolls
Rolled Oat and Apple Bread
six strand braid
  • Pugliese
  • Life’s Too Short for Mediocre Chocolate
Ale Bread
Ale Bread
Acme's Rustic Baguettes
Homemade Hot Dog Rolls
Challah Bread
Vasilopita or St. Basil's Day Bread
Flatbreads, Filled Breads, and Savory Pastries
Home made pizza dough
Sweet Breads and Pastries
Blueberry cream cheese braid
Norwegian Cardamom-Cinnamon Rolls
Rosca de Reyes
Banana Fritters - Homely Yeastly Pleasures
Soft & Fluffy Chocolate Babka
Graffe Napoletane
Blue Cheese, Pear, and Walnut Crostini
For more bread inspiration, and information on how to participate in the weekly spotting of the yeast, visit the YeastSpotting archive.

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  1. Great breads! We have so many talented people around here!

  2. Hello Susan. I enjoy your site! I have started to bake bread on a starter recently, a dream very much to like, it turns out is remarkable and very tasty. I adore fresh bread with a crisp, this pure pleasure for me. ??????? many thanks for very detailed recipes It helps me to study at you.. At you it is very cosy on a site. When I for the first time have found your site and have opened it, I have felt that I as houses, warmly, cosy, and is tasty smells as bread directly from the monitor of a computer. I the artist and to bake bread this my hobby, cookery it too creative process, I adore beautifully cooked food, and I enjoy photos of a batch from your oven. Bread looks as a masterpiece!!! I look at a photo of your bread as on pictures and I enjoy!! I collect gradually to try to bake all your bread – it looks is remarkable!!! Speak good bread it turns out only at very kind people, at malicious bread to turn out rigid. I photograph bread which I bake for myself, and I show the friends, I do not know as it to show here. I think that you very kind and talented. I can show only my pictures is my

  3. Beautiful round-ups as always.
    I am so not organize, always miss all of the exciting event!

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  5. OMG. I am totally drooling. Great, just when I temporarily reduce my gluten intake… drat! (Sigh). I am very impressed with the YeastSpotting lineup. So cool, Susan. I miss gluten… the photos are making me want to sneak a nibble or two. I can’t wait until I can eat it again.

  6. Hi!!
    Thanks for link my post!!
    I love your blog, i want to begin to bake bread… and i read you since sometimes ago!!

  7. I’m missing my rustic breads, will make time to get my hands into one soon.

  8. I’m missing baking rustic breads, will try to make some time to get my hands into one soon.

  9. this is my blog:

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