To live in Italy was never my dream, but it has surreptitiously become my dream come true. I blame it on her covert seduction.
Amazing! That book is incredible! I have made some rolls out of it and hello just like a European backery.
Yes! I think I need to make some rolls, too.
wow. my dear husband can eat bread allright, but make it? :)
Everyone needs a hobby!
Oh nice, what a capable husband!
Especially in the kitchen...he's really good.
That looks so delicious! Yummy.
Mmm. One of the best simple pleasures!
Yum! I can smell that bread and it's making me hungry :)
Your husband and mine share the same pastime and recipe :) He just made a loaf this weekend. Of course it is already gone.
Have you seen the "healthy" version of the book?I wish he would make a couple of loaves a week and we could cut out bread from our grocery list.Not happening yet.
Homemade bread is a simple pleasure for me too!
This bread looks delicious. The simplest recipes are often the best.
Can I have a slice of your home baked bread? With some extra virgin olive oil to dip it in... Mmmmm...
Come on over!
Oooohhhh.... bread... how I love it. Believe that my love handles are 1/2 bread and 1/2 pasta.
You crack me up.
Love homemade bread...no time and no good hoven....WOW would love to...
Wallace and I are happy with the bread I make from that book, but, for some reason Richard's bread looks better than mine. Also, are your older, refridgerated loaves much smaller than the first, fresh ones? The older loaves just don't rise much for me and so are very small and dense.
Les,I think they are all pretty much the same. I don't know how long he actually keeps the dough. As you would expect from Richard, he has acquired all the suggested bread-making gadgets. I'll send you an email with any pointers he has for you.D