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December 08, 2006

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beth

Hi-

I just tried this no-knead bread (link below also includes video and a link to the actual recipe). I thought of you and your bread experiments, as this is the craziest bread I have ever made. If you try it, use lots of flour, it is a sticky mess!

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/12/06/dining/06mini.html?_r=2&ref=dining&oref=slogin&oref=slogin

CityMom

This is a neat addition, thank you! Are there Christmas breads coming in our future?

A seperate experience (and somewhat simpler) is also quick breads, which we love for tea time around here -- I bake multiple loaves at a time because they freeze well, Danielle Beans pumpkin bread was a big hit this fall, and we are always making banana bread.

Jan and Feb I think will be great times to bake here in the northeast, christmas cookies behind us and playground time still held at bay by the cold, we will check in and learn with you!

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  • I'm Melissa Wiley, a children's book author and home- educating mother of five. My kids and I are beginning breadbakers. We wanted an informal place to collect notes, recipes, and advice, a place to chronicle our successes and failures. That's what this space is for, and if you've ventured in for a peek, I most eagerly encourage you to jump into the discussion. We are novices, and we're hoping to learn a great deal from wiser and more experienced bakers. We have a zillion questions. This blog is our attempt to collect all the answers in one place.

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