Wednesday, 1 September 2010

Today's Harvest & Freshly Baked Sourdough


All the above were picked this morning & the sourdough bread I baked yesterday.




PS.....for those who were wondering....the pattern on the bread is from a bread
proving basket!
You put the dough in it to rise & then tip out to bake it & the basket makes the pattern.

19 comments:

  1. Thats an amazing loaf!mine never turns out like that!any hints?

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  2. Mmmmmmmm............Lovely.....may I come to tea?

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  3. ummmmm love the smell of freshly baked bread ;0)

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  4. Your bread looks amazing! How did you get those swirly circle lines in it?

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  5. You can't beat fresh produce - love the look of your bread.
    x

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  6. Waht lovely fruits and veggies! I hope you make a lovely pie with those apples!

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  7. Oooooh,I can almost smell the bread,delish.Your garden is still producing delights.

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  8. WOW! Yum, and I love those little round squashes.

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  9. You are giving Hobbs a run for their money!! I am another one left wondering if you scored that pattern into the bread??? The sour dough was obviously safe in your hands. :O)

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  10. I can almost smell the bread!!
    How easy is sourdough? do you have a good recipe you can post??

    Gill

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  11. Oooh....I feel a picnic coming on. That food looks yummy!

    Sue xx

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  12. Oh my goodness! Look at your beautiful bread!It looks stunning, as does your delicious harvest.

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  13. That bread looks amazing - hope it tastes as good as it looks!

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  14. I wondered how you got the professional finish on your bread.....now I know!
    Julie x

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  15. Oh how lovely, I love the pattern on the bread.
    Lots of lovely yummy Autumnal treats.
    Have a lovely weekend
    love
    Alison
    x

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  16. Hi Jayne! I have given you a mention and a back link on my blog today. SueXXX

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