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Nice Video demonstrating Lame cuts on Baguettes

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BellesAZ

Nice Video demonstrating Lame cuts on Baguettes

Just thought I'd share this video from Chef Ciril Hitz.. it's a nice summary video of how to make the proper slashes in a baguette


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QdzHuhJ-ls

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LindyD

Thanks for that link, BellesAZ.  Great video - love it that he actually drew on the baguette!  This one should definitely be added to the TFL video library.

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BellesAZ

I'm never quite sure if I'm doing things right.. this makes it very clear and direct.. I'm not!  LOL

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Francine

Thank you so much that was just great; I really enjoyed the video!


 


Cheers,


Francine

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hanseata

all "sausages" when I started out. I had not the slightest idea, what I did wrong, until I saw a drawing here in TFL how to score the right way.


Karin

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flournwater

Thanks for highlighting this link, BellesAZ.  I was so impressed with it that I linked it to one of the recipes on my web site.

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BellesAZ

I'm always interested in what other bakers are doing on their sites.  Thanks!


He makes it look effortless.  I just bought his Artisan Pastries book and if you do a search on his website www.breadhitz.com, he has a TON of videos that I find to be extremely informative.  His specialty is dough decorating.. it's really interesting to see his work.


Thanks!

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flournwater

Happy to share that info.  Thank you for asking.  It's nothing fancy, but it helps me help others and that brings me joy.


http://www.flournwater.com/


 

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BellesAZ

Awwww.. you have a mascot!  She's really a cutie.  LOL  I use my blog to get quick access to recipes that I like.  I use an iPad on my counter and it's docked in a keyboard.. that way, I can post recipes that I refer to alot on my blog and I don't have to keep guessing where they are!


Thank you for sharing.  Nothin' fancy is the best kind!