Bread Baking Babes Celebrate in Style!

It's a party!

We love parties.

Any excuse to pull the cork on a hearty red and break bread with friends will do, but this is a truly special occasion.

We are 3 Years Old!

Three years and 36 breads later the Bread Baking Babes are still baking bread…. mostly.

We may not all always get into the kitchen to get our bread made, but we all always appreciate the efforts and celebrate with those that do.

And raise a glass in cheer, of course.

Here's how everyone celebrated this milestone!

There was no 'universal' bread – everyone was to bake their favorite…..

A bit hard to choose….

Karen, of Bake My Day decided to let her family decide… 3 sons, 1 husband, 4 breads….

Here's one…. Poilane

Elizabeth, of blog from OUR kitchen decided to make something she hadn't made before… You can check her entry to see why duck fat rules – Ensaimadas

Elle, of Feeding My Enthusiasms, decided to brave the lovely, warm day and make Croissants


Sara, of I Like to Cook, also had great ambitions – 1 bread from each year…. She settled on Brunkans Langa


Natashya, of Living in the Kitchen with Puppies, likes to put the whole meal together…. Naan, with a curry to go with it. was her choice.


Ilva, of Lucullian Delights, was having a hard time selecting a favorite – but decided on the one the dog swiped….  Challah


Lien, of Notitie van Lien, also elected to let the family decide. They decided on sweet: Sûkerbôlle.

Sukerbolle collage
Breadchick Mary, of The Sour Dough, also opted to do one bread from each year (Where do these women get so much ambition?!?) She even did the Croc again!!! This is Sukkar bi Tahin


Susan, of Wild Yeast, also made the Croc – but, funny, she wouldn't share the photo… Something about snowshoes…. This is another of her favorites, the Royal Crown Tortano


 As for me, the Bitchin' Bread Baking Babe Bibliothécaire, let me give you two of my past favorites:  The Potato Pizza made with a crust that was so runny I poured it on and then…. It's a long story….

Potato Pizza

And the Potato Bread with Chives from last spring – just 'cause it makes me feel like spring will be here soon.

Chive Bread

If you want to get in on the fun and be a Bread Baking Buddy, choose a bread from the links here and send your info before or on the 29th of February (Name, Blog name, Bread you baked and the link to the post) to Tanna at My Kitchen in Half Cups.


5 thoughts on “Bread Baking Babes Celebrate in Style!”

  1. Oh, I think I missed that Potato Pizza when I looked at the list. That was a real surprise winner too!
    You make us look so good after that wild party, all those bottles, the bed jumping and the feathers!

  2. you recapped all our recaps! i was always a little sad that the pizza didn’t work for me. yours looks so wonderful. happy 3rd anniversary katie!

  3. Tanna, I loved that – I made another with ‘ham and cheese’ Prosciutto and feta… delicious.
    Natashya, I’m craving all of them!
    Sara, Happy 3rd to you, too. That pizza was a delicious disaster!

  4. am I too late for some jumping on the bed and cheering with a good old red?
    I finally put up my post today *shame on me*
    what a wonderful trip down memory lane. I didn’t realize I had so many favorites among the BBB breads…
    *hugs to you my dear fellow Babe*

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