YeastSpotting 2.27.09


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Loaves and Rolls
Jeffrey Hamelman's Corn Bread
Deli Rye
Potato and Scallion Bread Rolls
Potato Bread
Potato + 3 Wheat Flours Bread
Caraway Rye Bread
Dilly Ricotta Bread
Pain aux Pruneaux et aux Noisettes
Wholemeal Sandwich Bread
sourdough bagels
Sourdough Rye Bread
Potato Rye Vienna Twist
Multigrain Sourdough
Bacon and Potato Ciabatta
Pain Au Son
Italian Five-Grain Walnut Bread
Roasted Potato Bread
Flatbreads, Filled Breads, and Savory Pastries
Sourdough breadsticks
Sweet Breads and Pastries
Chocolate-Halva Babka Cake
Sweet Nut-Rolls (Nuss-Schnecken)
Pain au raisins
Sarah's Salara
Mini Panettoni (Panettoncini)

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  1. Beautiful loaves. Is it possible to have sourdough envy?! I feel like the little engine that could with my sourdough, but I’m stuck at the “I think I can” stage looking at a large hill.

  2. Hi Susan,
    Thank you for including my babka cake here. There are a few must-try recipes here. I can only imagine the fantastic yeast aroma all these houses had when baking those breads.
    Have a wonderful weeekend,

  3. Susan . . .
    Why can we not live by bread alone? I mean look at all these breads. I want to bake everyone of them!

  4. Hey Susan, thanks for posting me, I am too lazy to do it myself, cough, sneeze, your the best!

  5. Oh, so beautiful. The best thing about Yeast Spotting is that you showcase such beautiful recipes..I don’t have to troll the web for great sourdough recipes.

  6. Susan, what a wonderful idea creating a place for bread lovers to show there creations!

  7. It is a pleasure to be in such company.

    Thanks again, Susan!

  8. always an inspiration!

  9. Wow, so many good things to look at this week! Yum.

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