YeastSpotting 11.26.10

Once again, among the things I was thankful for yesterday (and every day) are the people who bake all the amazing breads I get to show off here every week. I hope your Thanksgiving was lovely and you ate some amazing bread.

On Monday, December 6, I will post a special holiday edition of YeastSpotting. Please send your favorite holiday breads by Friday, December 3. These can be breads from your blog archives and do not need to include a link to YeastSpotting. Use the submission form as usual, and select the “holiday favorite” category. Please make sure post(s) submitted in this category include a recipe or a link to one. Last year we had an awe-inspiring array of festive breads; let’s make this year’s even more astonishing!

Loaves and Rolls
Loaves and Rolls
Flat Breads, Sweet Breads, and More
Flat Breads, Sweet Breads, and More
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.

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