Thursday, November 24, 2005

The finished article!!! As you can see the loaves do melt in to one another and have to be torn apart before they cool. I usually cut and eat one of the torn edges while it is still hot - always the best slice... You could always make the bread in loaf tins instead to keep them under control a bit more. Posted by Picasa


Blogger Pam said...

this looks absolutely gorgeous. your chicken dish was super too. I really enjoyed it. a nice welcome home - thanks. Pam

Saturday, 26 November, 2005  
Blogger Allotment Lady said...

I have highly recommended your recipe on my blog - tell me that you coloured yours up a bit on the computer surely.

I used stoneground really grainy organic flour from a water mill - I even saw it ground, but even mine wasn't that brown colour, with a nice brown crust!

Wonderful pictures as usual.

Best wishes and look forward to seeing more

Sunday, 27 November, 2005  
Blogger Mike said...

Ermmmm....yes well I may have intensified the colour a bit! Is this cheating?

Thank you for your blog bread review - glad you liked it!

I didn't get down to the allotment this weekend so no new pics yet!

All the best, Mike

Monday, 28 November, 2005  
Blogger KT121 said...

This looks delicious!
I'm not really a good baker but definitely going to try the recipe.

Tuesday, 29 November, 2005  
Blogger Mike said...

Welcome back! Hope you had a good holiday with warmer weather than we have been having here!

Good luck with the bread & let me know how it goes!!!

Tuesday, 29 November, 2005  

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