"Recipes are meant to be shared"...Ann Thibeault

Thursday, November 19, 2009

This Week's Bread


 As you have probably noticed it has become my routine to bake bread on my days off work  This week I spread the baking over two days.   Three baguettes were baked on Tuesday using half a batch of dough.  The other half went back into the fridge and was baked on Wednesday morning becoming four loaves of roasted garlic and cheddar bread. The Roasted Garlic and Cheddar bread was really made for Matthew. It is one of his favourites so I took the two largest loaves down to him yesterday.

 

13 comments:

  1. Oh my, just when I thought your bread couldn't get any better.... I've gotta have some.

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  2. davvero eccezionale questo pane!

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  3. gorgeous ann, that cheese is haunting me!

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  4. That looks amazingly delicious! is there a recipe? would love to try :))

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    1. Hello i like to make baguettes bread lookes good my email. dolresm@gmail.com

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  5. Oh my - that looks so good. I made your French bread yesterday and turned part of the dough into a potato pizza. Great crust!! I need to try adding the garlic - haven't done that yet!

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  6. Zurin, just use Julia Child's French Bread recipe and just before shaping, spread some roasted garlic over the dough, sprinkle with cheese and roll up and pinch well.

    I posted the recipe here:
    http://www.thibeaultstable.com/2009/04/potato-leek-soup-and-sour-dough-french.html

    Thank you, Cathy, Lori, Jain , Frederica and Zurin for commenting.

    Ann

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  7. Simply gorgeous! Great photography!

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  8. Looking at this bread I can only say... WOOOOOW!

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  9. Exquisitely photographed and I am positive just as delicious!

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  10. I am curious about the recipe you use for this beautiful bread. Would you mind sharing?

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  11. Monique, I use Julia Child's recipe for French Baguettes as my basic recipe.

    The recipe is posted here:
    http://www.thibeaultstable.com/2009/04/potato-leek-soup-and-sour-dough-french.html

    The garlic cheese bread is easy to make. Just roast a head or two of garlic and grate some cheddar cheese. When you are ready to shape the loaves, spread the garlic over the dough, sprinkle with cheese and roll up and seal.

    Ann

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  12. Thank you Ann! I will try this.

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