Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Bread Baking Day #37 - Roundup

"Breadbaking is one of those almost hypnotic businesses, like a dance from some ancient ceremony. It leaves you filled with one of the world's sweetest smells...there is no chiropractic treatment, no Yoga exercise, no hour of meditation in a music-throbbing chapel. that will leave you emptier of bad thoughts than this homely ceremony of making bread."
M. F. K. Fisher, ‘The Art of Eating’

Bread is the king of the table and all else is merely the court that surrounds the king. The countries are the soup, the meat, the vegetables, the salad but bread is king.
Louis Bromfield, American novelist  (1896-1956)


I would like to thank 'Zorra' for starting such a wonderful event and keeping it going for so long. And a special thanks to her for letting me host this event. This indeed was fun and I came to know so many talented breadbakers' blogs through this. Enjoy the vast collection every one sent me from all over the world. Entries have been posted in the order they were received.
Ivayla from U.S who writes at 'Scribbles from the kitchen' made
Rye Bread with Caraway. Thank you Ivayla.
Swathi from U.S.A who writes the blog 'Zesty South Indian Kitchen' made this 'Roasted Garlic bread: A sourdough method'. Thanks Swathi.
Connie, who writes a blog 'My Discovery of Bread' from Thailand sends in 'Raisin Swirl with Volcano'. Thanks Connie.
Lisa from Austria, writer of 'Lisa's Kochfieber' made 'Bagels'. Thanks Lisa.
Priya of 'Priya's Easy N Tasty Recipes' who blogs from Paris, France made 'Foolish Bread'. Thanks Priya.
Stefanie from Germany, author of the blog 'Hefe und mehr' made 'Engelskirchener Landbrot'. Thanks Stefanie.
Cathy Warner from U.S.A who writes the blog 'Bread Experience' made 'Tartine Country Bread'. Thanks Cathy.

Natashya from Canada, who writes the blog 'Living in the Kitchen with Puppies' sends 'Pane Nero: Rye Bread from Bolzano'. Thanks Natashya.
Lutz from Germany, writer of the blog 'Plötzblog' sends 'Freiberger Körnchen (rye sourdough with a sponge made of old bread)'. Thanks Lutz. This recipe is in German with an english translation widget on her blog.
Swathi from U.S.A who writes the blog 'Zesty South Indian Kitchen' made this 'Pistachio Raisin Sourdough Bread'. Thanks Swathi.
Heather from Indiana, U.S.A who writes the blog 'Girlichef' sends 'Blueberry Sourdough Pancakes'. Thanks Heather.
Tartasacher from Spain who is the author of 'Mi Postres (1000 Desserts)' made 'Pan con prefermento y aceite de oliva (Preferment bread with olive oil)'. Thanks Tartasacher.
Susan of 'Wild Yeast Blog' who writes from U.S.A made 'Olive Oil Challah with Prefermented Dough'. Thanks Susan.

Connie, who writes a blog 'My Discovery of Bread' from Thailand sends in
'Sourdough Italian Rolls'. Thanks Connie.

Heather from Indiana, U.S.A who writes the blog 'Girlichef' mad one more bread for this event - 'Dark Onion Rye'. Thanks Heather.
Gayathri Kumar from India who writes the blog 'Gayathri's Cook Spot' sends in 'Sourdough Bagel'. Thanks Gayathri.
Jayasri from U.K who writes the blog 'Samayalarai Cooking is Divine' made these spicy 'Masala Spiral Bread'. Thanks Jayasri.

Manju from U.S.A who is the author of the blog 'Three Tastes' made these beautiful 'Raisin Rye Bread'. Thanks Manju.
Alisa from TN, U.S.A who writes the blog 'Easier than Pie' made this 'Sourdough Rye Bread'. Thanks Alisa.
Gayathri, who writes the blog 'Gayathri's Cook Spot' from India used Sourdough starter to make these 'Crispy Strawberry Rolls'. Thanks Gayathri.
We have another beautiful entry from the author of the blog 'Treat and Trick'. Entry is 'Sourdough Pizza'. Thanks.
Ana, who writes the blog 'Anasbageri' from Sweden made 'Norwich Sourdough'. Thanks Ana.
Miss Nirvana, who writes the blog 'Creating Nirvana' from U.S.A made two kinds of breads with the same dough 'pain seigle: sugar free rye bread' and 'les benoîtons: rye rolls with raisins'. Thanks Nirvana.

Judy from California, who is the author of the blog 'Judy's Gross Eats' sends 'Anadama Bread'. Thanks Judy.

Cinzia from Italay, the author of the blog 'Cindystar' made this 'Angelica Cake'. Thanks Cinzia.

Palmira from Spain wrote about these 'Sourdough Blinis' on her blog 'Come Conmigo El Blog de Palmira'. Thanks Palmira.

Lien from Netherlands, the author of the blog 'Notitie van lien' made this 'Cinnamon Raisin Bread'. Thanks Lien.

CurryLeaf from India who writes the blog 'Tasty Curry Leaf' made this 'French Style Country Bread'. Thanks Sweatha.

Zorra, founder of the BBD event and the author of the blog '1x umrühren bitte aka kochtopf' made 'Ciabatta' for this event. Thanks Zorra.

My Entries:

 


If I have left out any of the entries, please let me know. I'll add them up.
Thanks everyone.
BBD#38 is hosted by Cinzia of the blog 'Cindystar'. Do visit her blog to see the theme and to participate in BBD#38.
Enjoy the wonderful collection of the breads.
Pin It

19 comments:

  1. Thats a fabulous roundup, many breads to try and taste..

    ReplyDelete
  2. wow you're quick Champa! Wonderful round up, thanks for all your work!

    ReplyDelete
  3. lovely roundup! so many recipes to try! thx for sharing!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Such a tempting roundup, thank you so much for hosting Champa...and I really enjoyed this theme! =)

    ReplyDelete
  5. A lovely variety of breads! Thanks so much for hosting this month. ☺

    ReplyDelete
  6. nice roundup... thanks for posting the pictures too...

    ReplyDelete
  7. What a great selection of breads!

    ReplyDelete
  8. wonderful round up!
    Smitha
    http://smithasspicyflavors.blogspot.com/

    ReplyDelete
  9. amazing collection, thanks again for hosting and hope to see you at next BBD!

    ReplyDelete
  10. Nice roundup. great bred varieties.

    ReplyDelete
  11. What a wonderful variety of breads! Thanks for hosting BBD this month!

    ReplyDelete
  12. great roundup and superb collection of breads.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Wow! So many great breads to try. Thanks for hosting BBD #37.

    ReplyDelete
  14. A great roundup! Thank yo for hosting!

    ReplyDelete
  15. What a great selection! I've already grabbed a few new recipes...
    ; )

    ReplyDelete

If you have a question and you leave it as a comment, I'll surely answer the question to the best of my knowledge. Thanks for visiting.