YeastSpotting 3.20.09


Is anyone out there interested in guest-hosting the April 17 edition of YeastSpotting on your blog? Please email me: .

For more bread inspiration, and information on how to participate in this weekly event, visit the YeastSpotting archive.
Loaves and Rolls
Rosemary Pepper Peasant Bread
Mulit-seeded old soaker bread
No-Name Bread with Banana and Muesli
Couronne Nantucket
Oatmeal Bread
Twice the Oatmeal Bread
Wallace & Gromit Bread
  • Weinbrot
  • 1x umrühren bitte aka kochtopf
rye mixed bread
Multigrain Bread Extraordinaire
Norwich Sourdough
Guinness-Rye-Fennel Bread
Flatbreads, Filled Breads, and Savory Pastries
Perfect English Muffins
Mexican Stuffed bread
Shamrock Pepper Pizza
Mixed Seedbread and Onion/Mushroomquiche
Sweet Breads and Pastries
Warm Sourdough Chocolate Cakes
venetian baicoli
Finnish Cardamom Bread (pulla)
Cinnamon Rolls
Soup and Salad
Garlic Bread Soup

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  1. Once again, everyone’s breads look delicious!

  2. Mhhhh, these are really really delicious looking bread.

  3. I can never have enough of bread.:)
    The couronne Nantucket (never heard of it) looks so pretty.

  4. I am loving all these rustic loaves this week! I had better hurry up and start on Mary’s Guinness bread.

  5. Wow, what a beautiful event. Everything is beautiful.

  6. What a great roundup – now I’m off to check out the recipes!

  7. What an amazing looking group of breads and yeasted goods. Wow! Thank you for including me in yeastspotting, I can’t believe I just now found out about this, what a wonderful round-up :)

  8. This is the most amazing group yet!

  9. Thanks so much for the link Susan – and thank you even more for the sweet comment on my site! The feeling is mutual. I’ve not had much free time to troll the blogs lately, but I come and visit as often as I can. Love that you posted the interview with Michel!

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