YeastSpotting 5.29.09

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Another record week for YeastSpotting! Awesome, people.

Next week will mark the one-year anniversary of YeastSpotting, and I’m hoping that it will be the most well-attended edition ever. So don’t be shy, please share all your yeasted masterpieces. Everyone is welcome!

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
Rice Bread
Anadama Bread
Rosemary Bread
Christopsomos
100% Sourdough Bagels
Artos, or Greek Celebration Bread
Sourdough Anadama Bread
Multigrain Bread Extraordinaire
Italian Bread Knots
BBA #2 Christopsomos Greek Celebration Bread
Artos - Greek Celebration Bread
Anadama Bread
Multigrain Extraordinaire
Wild Rice Stalks
Bread Machine Challah
100% Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread
Savoureux sarrasin
7-grain bread
100% Whole Wheat Mash Bread
Bagel
Brioche Hamburger Buns
Tunisian Semolina Bread
Italian Knot Roll
Roasted Garlic and Spring onion Wheat Focaccia
Blueberry Wheat Bread with a tinge of Strawberry
Whole Wheat Bolillos
Flatbreads, Filled Breads, and Savory Pastries
French Fougasse
Pan Pizza

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  1. Lovely entries. Thanks Susan, everytime I discover a blog I didn’t know before with great breads!

  2. This is my weekly bread fix Susan, and each week’s better than the earlier one.
    Congratulations! I didn’t realise a year had gone by so quickly. I’ll be here next edition for sure. :)

  3. These all look wonderful! Congrats on one year :)

  4. Great roundup this week! I intend to submit a challah recipe next week.

  5. I always look forward to the day YeastSpotting comes out, even if I’m not in it that week. The only downside to it is my list of “Things To Bake” is starting to get longer than the number of weeks in a year! Great job, folks!

  6. Superb as always. Well done everyone…

  7. Susan, as usual, you’ve done a wonderful job. Thank you for making this event possible.

  8. Lovely breads, my favorite is the Tunisian Semolina bread, so pretty. (Someone smack me. I visit every YeastSpotting round up and forget to send in my own entries. *sigh*)

  9. Sigh, you know Susan I love Yeast Spotting BUT it does have a very large problem. I always leave wishing I could just bake more bread than I could ever possibly eat.
    I wish I could bake every one of these.

  10. Yay for Yeastspotting! Congrats on lots of breads well done, and a year of celebrating them.

  11. What a great yeast spotting! Sorry I’ve been away for the past week; I had a good friend in town and wasn’t able to do much on the computer. I’m back now, though :) Oh, and I can’t wait to go check out Omnivore Books!!

  12. Wow! What a great group of bakers and breads! Thank you so much for doing this, Susan. So much inspiration – brilliant!

  13. What an awesome collection of breads – so many pictures look so tasty! Those Italian knots look out of this world delicious.

  14. The breads look wonderful. I especially like the one that looks like a big leaf. Thanks for sharing.

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