YeastSpotting 1.30.09


As embarrassing as it is to have nothing to contribute to my own event this week, something tells me I won’t be missed at all.

For more bread inspiration, and information on how to participate in this weekly event, visit the YeastSpotting archive.
Loaves and Rolls
Cheddar Cheese And Onion Pretzel Bread
Mixed-Starter Bread
Do-It-Yourself Toast
Cheesy Sourdough Bread
Wholegrain Milk and Cheese Bread
Stout & Rye Sourdough
Oatmeal Bread
Hungarian Potato Bread with Caraway Seeds
Tangerine Rye Rolls
Anadama Bread
French Asiago Bubble Bread
Sourdough English Muffins
Sun-Dried Tomato Peppercorn Bread
Pineapple and raisin cream cheese buns
rustic ciabatta
Flatbreads, Filled Breads, and Savory Pastries
Bread Bowls for Soup and Dips
Sweet Breads and Pastries
Whole wheat cocoa buns

Post a comment » 6 Comments

  1. Say who, Susan?
    Of course I was looking forward to your creation, but then I can understand that sometimes, we just have to miss one event or two.

    All entries are superb as usual.

  2. Susan,
    Hopefully you enjoyed a quiet moment to yourself. We all need to recharge, and with the multi-tasking that you perform, I would hope you had a little tiny bit of a ‘vacation’…. but we are still feasting. :) :) :)
    Thanks for all that you do. We are a grateful bunch.

  3. Thanks Susan for posting my loaf, I just can’t schedule anything at all, it’s 6:30 am EST and I got up to feed my cat and decided to go early on a new rye loaf!

    Happy baking and please post some more of your beautiful bread.

  4. There’s nothing to feel bad about. We all need time off. Besides putting up this post is hard work. :)
    Looking forward to bread here when you get back.

  5. Never mind taking a few days off, you sure deserved it.
    This site is a treasure trove for yeast lovers, and surely enough to keep me reading quite a while.

  6. There is no end to the amazing breads you can find around here!

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