YeastSpotting 8.14.09


Thanks  to Nick (Macheesmo) for volunteering to host next week’s edition of YeastSpotting while I’m in Switzerland searching for rye croissants and making sure my daughter gets off to college on a good foot.

Please include a link to Macheesmo in your submitted posts during the coming week. You can still send entries via the submission form, which will automatically forward them to Nick.

YeastSpotting is a weekly showcase of yeasted baked good and dishes with bread as a main ingredient. For more bread inspiration, and information on how to participate, please visit the YeastSpotting archive.
Loaves and Rolls
Hamburger Buns and Cheese Bread
Florentine Pecorino Romano and Rosemary Bread
Masala Bread or Indian Spice Bread
Whole Wheat Whey Olive Herbed Bread
Apricot Limoncello Ciabatta
Olive Rosemary Ciabatta
English muffins
Sunflower Millet Bread
Asparagus (Zucchini) Bread
Buttermilk Whole-Wheat Bread
Spelt - Hemp Seed Bread
Flatbreads, Filled Breads, and Savory Pastries
flatbread sandwiches
Bacon, Cheddar, and Carrot Buns
Cheese Sesame Sticks
Fun Fougasses
Sweet Breads and Pastries
Granny's Cranberry/Walnut Breakfast Bread
Sour Cream Cinnamon Twists
Gaufres de Liège
Cherry sourdough coffee cake
Whole What Peach Cinnamon Buns

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  1. says

    Your daughter is going all the way to Switzerland for college! I hope the two of you don’t get too homesick for each other.

    Have fun next week cruising around Europe!

  2. says

    Have a great holiday! I myself will be leaving Zurich to spend two sunny weeks in Spain. But if the weather is good wherever you are in Switzerland, go for a dip in the lakes! Even in the heart of Zurich it’s lovely to swim in the lake or the river.

  3. says

    Great round-up, Susan… hope you get a good vacation, I know it’s gonna be hard sending your daughter abroad, luckily I still have a lot of years to prepare my self ;) anyhow..have fun :)

  4. says

    David, not at all a snipe hunt. When we were there last year our hotel included an amazing rye croissant in its breakfast offerings. We are staying at the same hotel this time. Can someone please advise me how to say “May I have the recipe for this?” in Italian?

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