Friday, February 6, 2009

BBD# 16 Roundup 1 thru 10

Jacqueline of Toxo Bread made Ale and cheddar bread. From her entry... Bread and cheese, two simple yet fundamental foods - they are food groups, right?... I certainly agree, add some quality ale (she asked an expert for recomendations) and I don't think it can get much better.








Isis of Yambalaya made Feta bread + Feta & sundried tomato bread. She found a local supplier for fresh ground flour and used the 'farine pain 6 cereales et 5 graines' that she recieved in her bread. I think I might be jealous.









Anna of Morsels & Musings made Khachapuri (Georgian cheese bread). In her blog she says ... Khachapuri are the cheesiest breads there are... I would have to agree, I think it would settle even the most serious cheese cravings!







Shelly of Adventures with the Woods made Fugassa Bread. This is one of those breads that I wish I had made. The Maldon Sea Salt on top is just the icing on the cake for me.







Zabeena of A Lot On My Plate made Parsnip & Parmesan Bread. Parsnip is not something I would ever have thought of for bread, I am looking forward to substituting it in some of my recipes that call for mashed potatoes.






Yasmeen of Health Nut made HachaPuri. Baking soda not yeast and a solid band of cheese thru the center, sounded good to me and when Yasmeen suggested serving it with a hearty soup I was sold.







Stefan of Der Supenkasper made Gefülltes Fladenbrot mit Kartoffeln und Käse (Paratha). His results are so much prettier then when I tried to make Paratha, everytime I look at them I end up drooling and wishing I had some.





Sara of Imafoodblog made Bavarian soft pretzels. These were so good she made them twice! When I get around to Pretzels these are the ones I am going to make! I can just imagine them with Parmesian and Garlic Salt.






Mimi of Israeli Kitchen made herb/cheese bread. She didn't mention the nuts in her title so I thought I would mention them. They make a lovely addition to this great bread.







Caitlin of Engineer Baker made Old Order Amish Cheese Bread. Three cheeses, four beautiful loaves of bread and prose that will have you running to buy more cheese. This is a person after my own heart.

6 comments:

Dhi said...

I thought I sent the entry for BBD#16 last month, but didn't see my submission here?

http://cookingetcetera.wordpress.com/2009/01/08/crusty-loaf-with-gruyere-cheese/

Thanks, D

Temperance said...

If you don't see your Bread here wait I have three more entries to put up, there where just to many for one post.

scraps said...

Oh my gosh! These look so good, can't wait for the others. You are doing a good job of putting them on. Thanks!

Anna said...

those soft pretzels look amazing!

Mimi said...

Jaqueline's Ale and Cheddar Bread is making my mouth water. In fact all of those breads look delicious. HOW am I going to keep my weight down with all these breads winking at me?!

yambalaya said...

I am drooling here behind my screen. Delicious. So now need to decide which one to try first.
Thanks for the round up and am looking forward to the other ones :-)