AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT

Instead of posting a new recipe today, I am sharing with you my five best breads. According to my taste, that is, not the most popular in the blog. I thought it would be a fun thing to do, as with almost nine years of blogging under my belt, there’s a lot to choose from.  So here we go…

MY TOP FIVE BREADS

#1 BLACK OLIVE SOURDOUGH BREAD

May 2012
(full link here)

 

#2 THE TABATIERE

November 2017
(full link here)

 

#3 LA COURONNE BORDELAISE

January 2018
(full link here)

 

#4 BRAZILIAN PAO DE QUEIJO

October 2009
(full link here)

 

#5 CROISSANTS

April 2012
(full link here)

 

I hope you enjoyed this selection…

Stay tuned for more in the near future, as I go through other types of “favorites.”

A special thank you for Gary, Patissièr Extraordinaire, for suggesting this type of post. 

ONE YEAR AGO: Parsnip, Coconut, and Lemongrass Soup

TWO YEARS AGO: In My Kitchen, October 2016

THREE YEARS AGO: Paleo Moussaka

FOUR YEARS AGO: In My Kitchen, October 2014

FIVE YEARS AGO: In My Kitchen, October 2013

SIX YEARS AGO: Crimson and Cream Turkey Chili

SEVEN YEARS AGO: Taking a break from the nano-kitchen

EIGHT YEARS AGO: Chocolate Chip Cookies

5 thoughts on “AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT

  1. This is such a coincidence! I normally only get around to making one sort of bread about every couple of weeks but this week my MIL is staying and I’m making 5 types since she loves home baked breads. I made Hokkaido milk rolls, 2 hour no-knead crusty rolls, next is no -knead dutch oven bread, Matthew Evans Potato Bread and some sort of sour dough. I will get around to trying some of your favorites sometime. I especially like the look of the tabatiere.

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