This week, for the first time, YeastSpotting has over 50 (!) submissions, leaving me dazed and delighted. In the interest of shorter page-loading times and other efficiencies, we now have a multiple-page format; don’t forget to check out all three pages, which are linked below. And if your submission got lost in the transition shuffle this week, please let me know and I’ll add it right away.
As always, happy baking!
|Loaves and Rolls, first batch|
|Loaves and Rolls, second batch|
|Flat Breads, Sweet Breads, and More|
What a splendid roundup, as always! Thanks for adding my apple challah.
congratulations on spreading so much yeasty inspiration – I love yeast spotting – am sort of reading it less at the moment because just not finding the energy to bake bread but it is a good reminder to me to get the yeast foaming up again
Elizabeth (etherwork.net) says
Three pages!! How cool is that?
Congratulations on your +50 submissions for Yeastspotting – but then, how can you be surprised? Wild Yeast is the phenomenal meeting place for aspiring and experienced bakers alike. I love to visit here. And thank you for including my ciabatta – I’m thrilled to be in such great company of talented bakers.
That is a lot of beautiful bread!! So amazing…thank you for doing all the work and putting together such an amazing roundup every week (or 3 😉 )
Wow – what a lot of bread! Amazing. Great round-up. You may need to hire minions. 😉
I’ve been noticing each week more and more submissions, very cool to reach more than 50 for the first time!
Now, of course, it will be even harder to keep the bread baking impulses under control…
Wow-more than 50 Submissions! Thats really great. Thank you for doing the round-ups every week.
That’s wonderful. But then its not surprising, because this is where the bread is! 🙂
Congratulations, Susan and thanks once again for this section.
Thanks so much for adding my German soft pretzels. You make it so easy to do, and I appreciate it.
It’s definitely bread season. My personal challenge is to think outside the box and to challenge myself to make more Artisan breads. This is the place to find inspiration!
Congrats! Perhaps some are also coming from World Bread Day. I missed your entry. ;-)))