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Recent fun bakes!

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Skibum

Recent fun bakes!

I have recently been seeking out new recipes to try, both for the flavour of new breads and the fun of trying new things. One of my favourite recent bakes is P. Reinhart's Many Seed bread which has become my favourite toast bread:

After a year of trying to make "artisan breads," I tried PR's Hoagie/ Cheesesteak buns and I love these! It is a super easy recipe -- beautiful dough to work with, the buns freeze well and toast up great for a grilled Bratwurst from my local Swiss deli.  I have done these twice now and both have been easy, fun bakes:

Hoagies proofing on my ragged linen couche. I support the couche with the counter backsplash and anything handy for the other end.

Proofed, scored and ready to bake.

Voila! A most tasty result and I will repeat, a very fun bake!  Beautiful, easy dough to work with and tasty results.

Regards, Brian

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linder's picture
linder

What did you use to fill the hoagie rolls?  Bet it was really tasty.  I love multiseeded bread and that loaf looks perfect.  Wonderful baking, Skibum. 

Linda

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dabrownman

buns I have seen and the bread isn;t too shabby either.  Can't go wrong woith those two.  You've been baking some mean bread up in cold country.    Hope the ski season goes well.

Happy  Baking,

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Skibum

It is very encouraging!

isand66's picture
isand66

Nice baking!  They look very tasty.   I can imagine the bratworst on one of those rolls now :)

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Skibum

. . . after consecutive spectacular failures.  Something easy to help restore my confidence.  The hoagies are a super easy recipe and I like the flavour and crumb.

Regards, Brian