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The Bread Topic (2016-)

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13 hours ago, keychris said:

Practically bread ;)

 

 

 

 

Could you send me maybe a dozen of those? They look lovely. Croissants are something I have never attempted, and don't expect I shall. I see too much potential for making a hellacious mess and a dismal failure.

 

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@keychris  i ccould go for some of those.  They look wonderful.  I did a bit of scrolling through your pictures and I just love the cuckoo clocks.  They're pretty special.

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6 hours ago, ElsieD said:

@keychris  i ccould go for some of those.  They look wonderful.  I did a bit of scrolling through your pictures and I just love the cuckoo clocks.  They're pretty special.

 

Thanks @ElsieD!

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Pullman loaf.  Had a heck of a time getting the lid off as the dough rose a bit more than expected.  Had to call in the heavy artillery aka John to get the thing off.

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Today's Bake - Bialys and Boules.

I have had a craving for bialys ever since I saw @shain's posted recently.

Divided a 500g batch of dough made on Monday, into 1/3rds.

 

Shaped two small boules and while they were proofing shaped

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five Bialys with the remaining dough. Filled with sauted onions and poppy seeds.

Both the Bialys and the Boules were baked in the CSO using the Bread setting with steam.

Bialys were baked first because they didn't require a proofing.

 

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Cut one of the Bialys in half to see the crumb. Same shine as my baguettes.

 

 

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@Ann_T  You make the most amazing breads!  They look wonderful.

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