Buddies Baking for Julia

When the Bread Baking Babes baked French Bread in honor of Julia Child this month, we invited the Buddies to bake along with us. I pronounce our collective efforts a resounding success! Katie has the roundup of the Babes’ breads, and I have the honor of presenting the Buddies’ bakes. Thanks to everyone for joining in the celebration of this legendary woman!

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  1. So many beautiful loaves. It was fun baking along. Thanks!

  2. w o w!
    congrats to everybody! :-)
    thanks, susan, for your great work!

  3. Thank you so much Susan for such a beautiful round up.
    One bread so many wonderful shapes.
    It’s so nice to bake along: lot of fun and yummy breads.
    Thank you

  4. Everybody’s bread looks beautiful…thanks babes for inviting us to bake along with you and Julia this month :)

  5. Thanks so much!

  6. How great to see all these loaves together, showing that Julia Child was correct in saying “It will turn into bread in the oven whatever happens.” And in this case, it turned into many loaves of great bread. Many thanks, once again, for a terrific recipe choice last month.

  7. Great round up Susan! So wonderful that we all baked together. Julia would have been impressed with the serious bakers and the love and passion they brought to the challenge.Yay Buddies!

  8. Its great to see all these loaves and different type of breads together. I am a big fan of eating different breads.

  9. Bread is one of the favorite food of all time. There are some countries that this is their meal. This is a good snack rather than unhealthy junk foods.

  10. Wow so many breads and they all look delicious well done to everyone

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