No Knead Bread
Posted: 29 January 2014 05:40 PM   [ Ignore ]
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Greetings to all - it’s been too long since I last visited, but I couldn’t wait to share with you guys the first loaf fo bread my daughter has ever made.  I’m so impressed with how well it turned out - the recipe is Jim Lahey’s No-Knead bread (posted on Rose’s blog and NYTimes.com).  If you haven’t given the recipe a try, I urge you to do so.  It’s the esiest bread you’ll ever make.

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Posted: 29 January 2014 08:09 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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Patricia @ ButterYum - 29 January 2014 05:40 PM

Greetings to all - it’s been too long since I last visited, but I couldn’t wait to share with you guys the first loaf fo bread my daughter has ever made.  I’m so impressed with how well it turned out - the recipe is Jim Lahey’s No-Knead bread (posted on Rose’s blog and NYTimes.com).  If you haven’t given the recipe a try, I urge you to do so.  It’s the esiest bread you’ll ever make.

PATRINCIA:
  Good evening my dear friend. You will not believe this but just this afternoon I was saying to my self will Patrincia ever come back????
I decided this past summer to come back after exactly 3, full years of taking my leave. Patrincia it isn’t the same as before but it keeps me busy helping others. I hope to be reading more of your postings.

I am enjoying your daugters culinary talents. I can see she takes after you my friend. Make sure she keeps up the good work now.

Till then enjoy the rest of the day my good friend.

  ~CASS/FRESHKID.

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Posted: 30 January 2014 12:53 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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Your daughter’s bread looks great.  Are those the breads made in the dutch oven?

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Posted: 30 January 2014 05:10 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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A lovely looking loaf, Patricia, and I’m sure it was good to eat too!  Your daughter must be feeling very pleased and proud of herself.  I haven’t made that particular bread but I do make sourdough bread regularly, after being given a starter from AnnieMcD. who used to come on here some time ago.  We met up in Scotland and formed a good friendship through our mutual liking of baking.  I hope to see you on here again sometime, I do click on to your blog, but find it difficult to make comments recently as I am not a ‘blogger’ myself.  Love reading and seeing what you have been up to though.  All the best! Jeannette.

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Flour Girl - 30 January 2014 12:53 AM

Your daughter’s bread looks great.  Are those the breads made in the dutch oven?

Hi Flour Girl - yes, we used a dutch oven, but apparently any covered cast iron, enamel, pyrex, or ceramic vessel will work.

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Posted: 30 January 2014 04:33 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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Patricia @ ButterYum - 29 January 2014 05:40 PM

Greetings to all - it’s been too long since I last visited, but I couldn’t wait to share with you guys the first loaf fo bread my daughter has ever made.  I’m so impressed with how well it turned out - the recipe is Jim Lahey’s No-Knead bread (posted on Rose’s blog and NYTimes.com).  If you haven’t given the recipe a try, I urge you to do so.  It’s the esiest bread you’ll ever make.

PATRINCIA:
  Good evening my dear friend. You will not believe this but just this afternoon I was saying to my self will Patrincia ever come back????
I decided this past summer to come back after exactly 3, full years of taking my leave. Patrincia it isn’t the same as before but it keeps me busy helping others. I hope to be reading more of your postings.

I am enjoying your daugters culinary talents. I can see she takes after you my friend. Make sure she keeps up the good work now.

Till then enjoy the rest of the day my good friend.

  ~CASS/FRESHKID.

Hi Cass - You’re the best!  I value our friendship - talk to you soon.

 

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Posted: 30 January 2014 04:37 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]
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jeannette - 30 January 2014 05:10 AM

A lovely looking loaf, Patricia, and I’m sure it was good to eat too!  Your daughter must be feeling very pleased and proud of herself.  I haven’t made that particular bread but I do make sourdough bread regularly, after being given a starter from AnnieMcD. who used to come on here some time ago.  We met up in Scotland and formed a good friendship through our mutual liking of baking.  I hope to see you on here again sometime, I do click on to your blog, but find it difficult to make comments recently as I am not a ‘blogger’ myself.  Love reading and seeing what you have been up to though.  All the best! Jeannette.

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Posted: 30 January 2014 06:27 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 7 ]
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Flour Girl - 30 January 2014 12:53 AM

Your daughter’s bread looks great.  Are those the breads made in the dutch oven?

Hi Flour Girl - yes, we used a dutch oven, but apparently any covered cast iron, enamel, pyrex, or ceramic vessel will work.

That looks incredible! I’ve had that book in my hands in the library but didn’t take it out. I thought it would be too hard for my level but now I’ll give it a try. I have a few Dutch ovens that would work. Thanks so much!

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Posted: 30 January 2014 09:15 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 8 ]
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Flour Girl - 30 January 2014 06:27 PM
Patricia @ ButterYum - 30 January 2014 04:31 PM
Flour Girl - 30 January 2014 12:53 AM

Your daughter’s bread looks great.  Are those the breads made in the dutch oven?

Hi Flour Girl - yes, we used a dutch oven, but apparently any covered cast iron, enamel, pyrex, or ceramic vessel will work.

That looks incredible! I’ve had that book in my hands in the library but didn’t take it out. I thought it would be too hard for my level but now I’ll give it a try. I have a few Dutch ovens that would work. Thanks so much!

It’s extremely easy.  I’ll post a step by step on my blog next week, but in the meantime, I’ll give you a quick run down.  Just mix the ingredients together using a wooden spoon until all the flour is moistened.  Cover the bowl with plastic and let it rest at room temp for 12-18 hours, shape the dough into a round loaf, and bake in a preheated dutch oven for about 45 minutes.  That’s it.  I’m telling you, super-super easy.  And extremely delish.

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Posted: 31 January 2014 12:12 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 9 ]
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Patricia @ ButterYum - 30 January 2014 09:15 PM
Flour Girl - 30 January 2014 06:27 PM
Patricia @ ButterYum - 30 January 2014 04:31 PM
Flour Girl - 30 January 2014 12:53 AM

Your daughter’s bread looks great.  Are those the breads made in the dutch oven?

Hi Flour Girl - yes, we used a dutch oven, but apparently any covered cast iron, enamel, pyrex, or ceramic vessel will work.

That looks incredible! I’ve had that book in my hands in the library but didn’t take it out. I thought it would be too hard for my level but now I’ll give it a try. I have a few Dutch ovens that would work. Thanks so much!

It’s extremely easy.  I’ll post a step by step on my blog next week, but in the meantime, I’ll give you a quick run down.  Just mix the ingredients together using a wooden spoon until all the flour is moistened.  Cover the bowl with plastic and let it rest at room temp for 12-18 hours, shape the dough into a round loaf, and bake in a preheated dutch oven for about 45 minutes.  That’s it.  I’m telling you, super-super easy.  And extremely delish.

Thank you!! It can’t get easier than that. I’ve never made my own bread. This sounds do-able for me. Thank you very much!!

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Posted: 01 February 2014 08:55 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 10 ]
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Your daughter’s bread looks beautiful and delicious! Yay for the new generation!

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Posted: 01 February 2014 12:02 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 11 ]
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Julie - 01 February 2014 08:55 AM

Your daughter’s bread looks beautiful and delicious! Yay for the new generation!

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Posted: 09 February 2014 11:24 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 12 ]
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That looks good.. Great for her!  And, it is great to see you on here!!  thank you for sharing! 

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Posted: 11 February 2014 06:46 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 13 ]
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looks wonderful!

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