And the Fun Continues………..

Along with the Danish I baked four loaves of French bread. I try to bake bread on at least one of my days off. It freezes well and is so much better than what I can buy. Bread is basically pretty cheap to make, but to buy a decent loaf of artisan bread is anywhere from $4.00 to $5.00 a loaf.

I love a good crust and my favourite sound is when it “talks”, That wonderful crackling sound you hear when it comes out of the oven.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Katy ~ says:

    Gorgeous! I can hear the crust crack as I slice off slabs to slather it in buttah!!

  2. Wow do those look like Provence to me w/ the wicker and the check:) So pretty Ann..You bake the most beautiful breads..

  3. That\’s such a great photo of all those loaves in the basket. I love homemade bread – I can almost \’taste\’ yours through the screen!

  4. Stephen says:

    Those loaves look so perfect!only 4-5$ for artisan bread? there\’s a place here in vic that charges 8$ though I must say it\’s almost worth it

  5. Stephen says:

    Those loaves look so perfect! we\’re almost un-packed at the new house so I think I should start baking bread again tonight!And you only pay 4-5$ for a loaf of artisan bread? Here in vic there is a bakery that charges 8$ the bread is almost worth it though.. all I can say is wow.

  6. suri says:

    wow!! these breads really look delicious & fresh!! nice pics!!

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