Bread Baking Babes turn 3!

That's right!

The Bread Baking Babes turn 3 this month.

We're planning a Baccahanal to mark the occasion.

Dress code strictly imposed: red lace panties, skimpy embroidered aprons and purple spike heels – nothing more (and nothing less).

You're all invited.

So you know what to expect, here's a recap of our antics:



2008 (from left to right)

February: Karen Royal Crown Tortano (in Dutch) and in English:
March: Lien Coccodrillo 
April: Tanna Sullivan Street Pizza
May:  Sher  – Poilane-Style Miche
June: Mary Breadchick's Dark Onion Rye
July: – in memory of Sher who passed away July 20 2008; this month we made something from her blog, something that reminded us of the warm and witty personality Sher was. The news of her passing shocked us. She is our Angel Babe.
August: Ilva Whole Wheat Pita
September : Monique Sûkerbôlle
October : Sara Challah
November: Görel The Rosendal Crisp Bread
December: Lynn Yule Wreath


2009 (from left to right):

January Katie Croissants
February Tanna Pane ai Cinque Cereali con Nod (Five-Grain Bread with Walnuts)
March Sara Pane Francese
April Mary Ethiopian Injera
May Ilva Pane di Pasta Tenera Condita (Italian Knot Bread)
June Lien Asparagus Bread (in English and Dutch)
July Natashya Sukkar bi Tahin (Beirut Tahini Swirls)
August Görel Russian Black Bread
September Karen Chinese Flower Steam Buns
October Gretchen Tanta Wawa (Peruvian Bread Babies)
November Monique Brioche Mousseline
December Katie Viennese Striesel


2010 (from left to right)

January Lynn Curried Naan
February Karen Ensaimada
March Mary Gluten Free No Knead Hearty Seeded Sandwich Bread
April Sara Potato Bread with Chives
May Natashya Tunisian Spicy Breads
June Lien Korni (in English and Dutch)
July Lynn Yeasted Sprouted Wheat Bread 
August Tanna Sweet Portuguese Bread
September Görel Brunkans Långa
October Elizabeth Broa: Portuguese Corn Bread
November Susan Cornucopia
December Ilva Taralli Pugliesi

2011 – the beginning

January: Astrid Hildegard's Spelt Bread

Stay tuned to a Babe near you to learn what you need to make to gain entry into the fun!

7 thoughts on “Bread Baking Babes turn 3!”

  1. What a great project to be working on. I so rarely have a free day to bake bread anymore. It used to be one of my favorite food projects as a teen. Those are some beautiful loaves!
    I think my husband would love for me to be a BBB given the dress code!

  2. Purple skiked heels…check, skimpy apron…check, red lace panties…nope, just embroidered ones…will those do? Remember I’m bringing the quince wine. Yay Babes!

  3. Elizabeth, don’t be silly – purple spike heels go with everything!
    Betty, it’s not always compatible with house renovations, either LOL
    Rachel, the dress code is key!
    Tanna, Elizabeth is always whinging…. Know about the saws….
    Elle, as long as you bring the wine….
    Lien, and to you ;-))

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