YeastSpotting 10.30.09


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, please visit the YeastSpotting archive.

When you’re done here, hop over to 1x umrühren bitte, where the World Bread Day roundup is online with an incredible 265 entries from bakers in 29 countries. Wow!

Loaves and Rolls
San Joaquin Sourdough
Yeasted Banana Bread
Sweet Potato Bread
Tanta Wawa (Peruvian Bread Babies)
Vermont Apple Bread
Sourdough with Wild Rice and Chives
Pane al pesto - Pesto Bread
Herb and Parmesan Breadsticks
Flatbreads, Filled Breads, and Savory Pastries
Manakish Zaatar (Arab Pizza)
Pink Stuffed Buns
Sweet Breads and Pastries
Bica mantecada
Cherry Walnut Whole Grain Celebration Bread
Irish Barmbrack
Tanta Wawa - Peruvian Bread Babies
Pan de Muerto - Bread of the Dead
Sourdough Biscuits
Chocolate Babka

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  1. Wow, the first comment! Lovely roundup again!

  2. Great round-up! I am in breadie heaven. :)

  3. Wonderful round up, everything looks fabulous!

  4. Great Round up!

  5. Great collection this week again!

    That St. Joaquin sourdough is on my list since I saw it at the Fresh Loaf

  6. Another gorgeous roundup!



  7. Another fabulous round up. Thanks Susan!

  8. Another awesome round up. Thank you, Susan!

  9. I look forward to Fridays and your weekly roundup. There are always more things that look intriguing than I will ever have time to try out. Just love this every week.

  10. Those pink stuffed buns are intriguing.

    I am NOT a beet person. (My Mother loves beets, though.)

    But I am intrigued by the recipe. I don’t like zucchini but ill eat zucchini bread. In fact, it’s the only way I’ll eat zucchini.

    I may just have to give this a try.

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