I’m back on my schedule of baking bread every week.
So I have a very happy husband.
Moe hasn’t had to eat “bought” bread since the beginning of April.
I knead up a double (eight cup) or triple (12 cup) batch of dough
at the beginning of the week and then
bake three or four loaves at a time over the next three days.
Each batch is started with an overnight “Biga” which adds another 2 cups of dough to the mix.
This weeks batch I subbed in two cups of semolina flour.
Use this Recipe as a guide
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No one bakes bread like you do~
Ann, your bread is so beautiful. I can just imagine how delicious it is. Your recipes, photos, and cutting boards ROCK!
That little hen is pretty darn cute too:)
Thanks Monique. I'm so happy that you are posting again. Brenda, thank you. I hope you are putting your board to good use.~Ann
\”hasn't had to eat 'bought' bread\” — that sentence has such a lovely feel to it! I wish I had the time or conviction to bake fresh bread every week. I can only imagine how rewarding that must be! But, I did make a garlic boule last week so I still have hope. 😀
Your blog is one of the best blogs.I would like to come back again. I am sure of that you are also glad to help every other. Thank you for sharing! Various Cooking Recipe
I would be clapping my hands for joy if I could make gorgeous loaves like yours. It's a learning process and I'm working on it. There is nothing like homemade bread.
Thanks Amrita. Maliha, thank you. I'm happy that you like my blog. Cathy, I know what a great cook you are and I've seen your bread. It looks perfect. ~Ann
Love fresh bread,, I also think your blog is pretty dang cool.. Thaks for the work you've put in on it..
Thank you Rice Krispie Treats, I appreciate your kind words.~Ann