YeastSpotting 5.15.09

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YeastSpotting is a weekly showcase of yeasted baked good and dishes with bread as a main ingredient. For more bread inspiration, and information on how to participate, visit the YeastSpotting archive.
Loaves and Rolls
English Muffin Bread
Rosemary-Garlic Pan Rolls
Sourdough Pretzels
12 Grain Raisin Swirl Sourdough Bread
Baguette Traditional
Altamura Semolina Sandwich Bread
Minted yogurt bread
Anadama Bread
Wonder Sandwich Bread
Apricot Bread (80% whole wheat)
Seeded Crostini Bread
English Muffins
A Simple White Bread
Kaiser Rolls
Rustic Candied Walnut Bread
Wholemeal Rolls
Garlic-Parsley Bread
Whole Wheat Saint Lucy Buns
Flatbreads, Filled Breads, and Savory Pastries
Injera - Ethiopian Sourdough Flatbread
Pain A L'Ancienne Foccacia
Rye flatbread with sense and sensibility
Ethiopian Injera
Schiaciatta
Taralli
Leek-rolls
Sweet Breads and Pastries
SAVARIN
Cinnamon Rolls
Croissants au Levain

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  1. Lookin good!

  2. know what: this past week, I’ve baked 4 different breads.. and I didn’t manage to blog about even one. I guess it’s much easier for me to make bread than to write about it. And I’m afraid it’s gonna be worse with all the wonderful breads that are yeastspotted this week again.. lot of baking to come and hopefully yeastspotted!

  3. Everything looks so wonderful! I can smell them all baking now :)

  4. Anpother gorgeous roundup! Yummy!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  5. I look forward to Fridays just to see this roundup. I continue to be impressed by the daring and creative bakers out there!

  6. Mouth watering as always! Time to start baking for next week!

  7. Well, baguette for this weekend is decided. Instead of repeating a recipe I’ve made in the past, I will use the sourdough version of your yeastspotting.

    Impossible to resist. The muffins are also calling my name….

  8. Hmmm, yummy round ups. I especially eying on that Injera… Delicious!

  9. What, no hamsters?
    Everything looks yummy! Great baking, guys. :)

  10. Oh how I adore yeastspotting. All of these breads make me so happy. I think I might just go yeast crazy one day and start baking up tons upon tons of loaves :) Sorry that I’ve been an absent commenter; I just finished up my law school exams and am finally getting around to my google reader.

  11. Fabulous! I am amazed what people bake! I love this challenge, I love someone standing behind me and pushing me to bake (or standing in front of me and coaxing?). Sometimes I get a bit caught up in things and forget the week has gone by, but I love Yeastspotting and do try and keep it up.

    Great job, Susan and thanks. And great job to all the bakers out there.

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