YeastSpotting 7.30.10


YeastSpotting is a weekly collective showcase of yeasted baked goods and dishes with bread as a main ingredient. For more bread inspiration, and information on how to submit your bread, please visit the YeastSpotting archive.

Loaves and Rolls
Coccodrillo, or
Light Cottage Wheat Bread, Ver. 2
Maslin Rye Bread
80% Rye with Flour Soaker
Batard with Spelt
Simple Brioche Loaf
Hamelman's Semolina Sourdough
Whey Bread & Yoghurt Cheese
Semolina Sandwich Buns
The Meteorite
Pretzel Hamburger and Hot Dog Buns
80 Percent Sourdough Rye with a Sourdough Soaker
Pane in cassetta di altamura/semolina bread
Vermont Oatmeal Maple-Honey Bread
Rosemary Garlic and Butter Rolls
Pane Tuscano (Tuscan Bread)
Sourdough Casatiello
Flatbreads, Filled Breads, and Savory Pastries
Savory Pizze
Pizza Napoletano
Sprouted Chickpea Bread
Grilled Bread
Pretzel Bites
Whole Wheat Flatbread
Sweet Breads and Pastries
Caramel Coffee Walnut Rolls with Sourdough Starter
Chelsea Buns
Black and White Sweet Rolls
Ginger-Pecan Sourdough Biscotti
Made with Bread
Bread pudding

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  1. Superb!



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  3. Just gorgeous! Yeastspotting gets better and better. Thanks for all your hard work, Susan! ?

  4. The roundup is amazing. Love the crocodile bread.

  5. Drool worthy!

  6. Ok, now I have to bake a yeast bread. They make me drool.

  7. Yeastspotting really does get better and better! I love coming here each week and seeing the array of delicious recipes. Excellent job, everyone!

  8. lovely roundup

  9. Thank goodness the doughnuts stopped, I couldn’t take it anymore. Now I am craving pretzels which seems much more manageable. =)

  10. very nice publish, i certainly love this website, keep on it

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