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Summer Solstice Sun Twirl

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Bread1965

Summer Solstice Sun Twirl

Someone somewhere on the site posted the suggestion of a summer solstice bread challenge. This is my answer to that call. It's a sourdough summer solstice sun twirl with Ontario Maple Syrup, Quebec wild blueberry jam, sugared almond slivers and topped with cinnamon sugar. Happy summer to all..

 

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leslieruf

just want to break off a piece and eat it! lovely

Leslie

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Bread1965

It was very nice.. but I would have added much more blueberry jam in hindsight.. all good thought.. It felt good to bake again!

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PalwithnoovenP

Perfect for breakfast or parties where everyone can just help themselves by tearing off a "ray".

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not.a.crumb.left

and what a beautiful sun! Kat

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dabrownman

Sun on the Summer Solstice  Has tiotaste just as sunny!  Very nice and happy baking Bread

 

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nmygarden

Love the presentation, and especially that you highlighted the use of local ingredients! A very happy entry to the Challenge, thank you for your time, inspiration, and execution! I bet it was devoured quickly!

Cathy

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alfanso

the creativity and artistry of this bread is marvelous.  Sometimes a great looking dough goes into the oven and comes out looking, well, just okay.  In this case, the finished product looks every bit as wonderful as  the pre-bake.

too good looking to eat.  However, one must do what one must do ;-) .