To the Bread Baking Babes all things are possible!
They may not all be achievable, but the possibilities are endless (or would that be mindless?)
First, some news.
About a month ago someone, who shall remain nameless, came to the realization that we are not all perfect Babes.
Okay, none of us are perfect but we are Babes to the tips of our dainty toes.
The realization was that life, on occasion, interferes with important things, like baking bread.
(Funny, it never seems to interfere with that other important thing – drinking wine. Hmmmm)
The Babes have always preferred to be a small group, to keep it personal, as it were…. But, some months there just weren't enough active bakers to really get a good baking dialog going.
We decided to grow – just a teeny, tiny little bit.
Allow me to present the newest additions to the Bread Baking Babes:
And some news for all of you bread baking enthusiasts….
We Babes have an Anniversary coming up – in February. We thought it would be fun for someone else to pick our Anniversary Bread. Details will be announced in November regarding submissions, etc. But, until then, start thinking about a favorite bread, or a challenging bread, that you would like to see us bake for our celebration. Be nice…..
This month's bread presented an obstacle or two for me…. finding the wheat berries and convincing mon mari that I really need a food processor. I might have succeeded on the second if I had accomplished the first.
Just enjoy everyone else's accomplishments – and go vist to read their stories. This was a very challenging bread…..
You'll find the recipe at this month's host kitchen, Lynn, of Cookie Baker Lynn.
Buddy posting date is, as usual (we have a system now) on the 29th.
I'll be adding more – be sure to check back for the rest of the Babe's Breads
And the Babes:
The Bread Baking Babes
Bake My Day – Karen
blog from OUR kitchen –
Canela and Comino – Gretchen
Cookie Baker Lynn – Lynn
Enthusiasms – Elle
Grain Doe – Gorel
I Like To Cook – Sara
Living in the
Kitchen with Puppies – Natashya
Living on bread and
water – Monique
Delights – Ilva
Kitchen In Half Cups – Tanna
Notitie Van Lien – Lien
Paulchens FoodBlog –
Sour Dough – Breadchick Mary
Wild Yeast – Susan
And you thought you couldn't make bread without flour.