Happy New Year, 2011

Happy New Year! May what lies in store for 2011 delight, surprise, comfort, challenge, and fulfill you.

Baking bread does all of those things for me. These are some of my favorite breads from the past year:

Baguettes with Poolish
Soft Semolina Sourdough
Orange Pecan Sticky Buns with Dates and Cranberries
Rosemary-Cornmeal Grissini
Semolina Sourdough with Fennel, Currants, and Pine Nuts
Seeded Multigrain Sourdough
Grape Schiacciata
Sourdough Corn Bread
Bread Crumb Sourdough

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  1. Your breads are amazingly beautiful!

    Happy New Year!



  2. Happy New Year, Susan!

  3. Gorgeous breads! Wishing you all the same, along with lots of laughs and time for play. Happy New Year!

  4. Your breads are so beautiful and creative.
    You inspire me to bake more bread and take creative and thoughtful pictures.



  5. Happy New Year Susan !

  6. Happy New Year, Susan! I’m so glad you’re out there. Such beautiful photos and beautiful breads, and every one I’ve made from your site has been a delight.

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  8. Looking forward to your creations in 2011 Susan. Happy New Year.

  9. Wonderful collection of breads from last year, looking forward to what you bake for this year. (Thanks for all the bready inspiration.)

  10. Happy New Year Susan! Beautiful breads.in 2010, but you will probably surprise us with even more exciting ones…if that is possible…in 2011! XO Elle

  11. You really know your way around yeast lady. Those baguettes look like they’re from a Parisian bakery. I would love to try those sticky pecan buns too.

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  13. The orange pecan sticky buns are amazing!

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