Bread Baking Babes make Cornucopias

I love it when the breads all look so different…. BBB logo november 2010

This one really brought out the individual creativity!  

Of course, the Babes might have been more careful if it was edible.

Actually, probably not.  We do all rather like to play with our food.

This month's host kitchen, Susan, of Wild Yeast, gave us a prefect opportunity to do some serious playing.

These gorgeous Cornucopias or Horns of Plenty are made from bread dough. 

It would make a beautiful centerpiece for your holiday table and with Susan's step-by-step instructions, it's easy to make.

Or so they say.

Well…. Some say something else.

Click through the links to read all about each of the Babe's artistic endeavor.

If you want to try your hand at this one, and be a Bread Baking Buddy, you have until November 29th.  Have some fun!

Susan's Loaf

Susan

Elizabeth's Loaf

  Elizabeth

Elle's Loaf

Elle
 
Natashya's Loaf

Natashya

Lien's Loaf

Lien

Sara's Loaf

Sara

Karen's Loaf

Karen
 
We have some very busy Babes at the moment: some are moving house; some are getting married; some are traveling; some are pursuing new challenges…..

But just so you know: We're all still BABES! 

(You can tell by the panties….)

And the Babes are:

The Bread Baking Babes

Bake My Day – Karen
blog from OUR kitchen – Elizabeth
Canela and Comino – Gretchen
Cookie Baker Lynn – Lynn
Feeding My Enthusiasms – Elle
Grain Doe – Gorel
I Like To Cook – Sara
Living in the Kitchen with Puppies – Natashya
Living on bread and water – Monique
Lucullian Delights – Ilva
My Kitchen In Half Cups – Tanna
Notitie Van Lien – Lien
Paulchens FoodBlog – Astrid
The Sour Dough – Breadchick Mary
Wild Yeast – Susan

From the BBBBB (Bitchin' Bread Baking Babe Bibliothécaire).

9 thoughts on “Bread Baking Babes make Cornucopias”

  1. thank you Katie! I am so sorry I had to opt out this time, at least for being in time for posting deadline. maybe I’ll be able to make mine this weekend.
    Love your roundup as always it’s so good to see them all together 🙂

  2. I love seeing all the cornucopie (cornucopiae???) on one page, Katie.
    And I have only one correction: this is all entirely edible. I know, because we ate ours. It was delicious.

  3. Val, nice of you to notice ;-)) (the Babe thing)
    Zoomie, the mice ate it.
    Baking Soda, you are so welcome….
    Astrid, this has not been a good month for you in the kitchen ;-))
    Tanna, thanks – and welcome!
    Ina, they are pretty, aren’t they?
    Elizabeth, Thanks, and somehow I knew you would – ever the practical one!

  4. Hello Katie,
    Thanks for posting the link to this amazing bread recipe collection on CookingUpAStorminCa.ning.com. Is the BBB series a book that you can buy or only available on your site alone?
    You did an amazing job of collecting some inspiring bread recipes, that is for sure and I want to give a standing ovation to all the bread bakers no matter where you are.
    Any time any of you want to share some of your bread baking prowess with more artisan bread lovers, go to BREAD STARS on Cooking Up A Storm All Over The World!(c) .
    Once again, Katie, I am so impressed with this BBB Bread Baking Babes. How long has the series been going on? Was it past 2009?
    Polly Motzko

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