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Monday, May 11, 2009

Fresh Loaves of Bread

I wasn't feeling well today, but this afternoon I decided to make up some bread. Bread or crackers is generally all I feel like having when I'm under the weather. So, I used Ann's French Bread recipe again - I think it's the easiest bread recipe I've ever used - it's generally my go-to recipe these days. Throw everything in the food processor, knead by hand a couple of times, and that's basically it. Made for some great toast for dinner tonight.

8 comments:

Fifi Flowers said...

I ADORE bread and crab wonton sounds FAB too!
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Café Chick said...

It looks absolutely delicious. I tend to shy away from making bread because of all the fuss involved, but I might give this recipe a try.

La Table De Nana said...

It's gorgeous Lori!

Chow and Chatter said...

wow always impressed when folks make fresh breads, get well soon lol

Thibeault's Table said...

Lori, I know you weren't feeling well yesterday and yet you still turned out those two beautiful loaves of bread.

Cathy said...

You have the bread making gift, Lori. My mom didn't pass that gene on to me. After all the wonderful breads in France I want to give it a try. I should be able to manage this one. Can't wait for the aroma of it baking.

Christina Kim said...

I am impressed that even though you weren't feeling well, you were able to whip up some bread. I hope you are feeling better!

Mari at Once Upon a Plate said...

Hi Lori, I hope you're back to 100%. Bless your heart for baking even though you weren't feeling well.

Your bread looks fabulous. I agree, Ann is such an inspiring teacher. And you are, too!
xo~m.

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