Breaking Bread

Want some?  It’s so good.

Piping hot, fresh from the oven.

The recipe is from the Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day.  I finally broke down and bought it.  I kept dreaming about fresh bread and not paying $4-$6 per loaf.  Totally ridiculous when your think of the ingredients involved.

The book has mouth watering recipe after recipe for the most wonderful breads.  Sweet, savory, you name it.  I can’t wait to try more recipes, especially when fall and winter finally arrive.   My husband is especially anticipating the Pecan Caramel Rolls. I can’t wait either, YUM! First I had to try the basic recipe which was easy, worked perfectly and  is so yummy.  We’ve had three loaves so far, all very good!

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11 Responses to Breaking Bread

  1. Michelle says:

    Yes, please, I’ll have some! I *love* bread. Okay, but wait! An oven on when it’s 100 degrees out? Woman, are you mad? I guess with results that look that wonderful, you have to make some sacrifices…

  2. DeeAnn says:

    My first post here but I read the blog regularly. Took a break this Summer to declutter. I ran right over to my library web site and put the book on hold. Yummy!

  3. fibrespace says:

    oooh those photo’s are making me hungry!

  4. anastasia says:

    hot fresh bread is the best!!! your loaf turned out great…im sure it tasted even better!

  5. kristin says:

    ok…you got me with this one…i can almost smell it!!!

  6. Deb says:

    This looks delicious! I’ve been making bread myself lately. I just began doing it the old fashioned way and not in the bread machine. I’m loving the results, too.

  7. jessica says:

    I’m just going to have to give up putting this book on hold in the library and buy a copy for myself! It just might be a perfect back to school treat!

  8. Oh that looks so delicious!

  9. Melanie says:

    I just made bread today. It was also good – but now I’m going to have to see about getting that book. 🙂

  10. adrienne says:

    Your bread looks delicious! I Love LOVE this book. I too have made the basic recipe twice, and last weekend I made bagels. mmmm This is the best bread book out there. I’m loving the ‘no kneeding’ part 🙂

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