Monday, July 14, 2008

No Knead Bread

I can't believe it took me so long to try the No Knead Bread recipe. So easy and the best bread I've made. My second loaf is just rising.

I finished a few things off last night after Eva finally decided she might sleep.



19 comments:

Janice Marin said...

I just bought your giraffe, love him!

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Bread looks delicious - I will have to try that!

3redbuttons said...

I'm off to try the bread recipe....I do love making sourdough bread but often I just don't get the time, this might save me from pulling out the breadmaker! The bread certainly looks good, toys look great as well.

Rachael said...

I've tried the bread, but it never looked as good as yours does!!!
Cute softies, especially the giraffe!

JuicyFig said...

bread looks scrumptious! almost as scrumptious as the fabrics you use!!!!

Kath
x

Kukka-75 said...

Yammy! And the little things are very cute again =)

Jenny said...

I can almost smell the deliciousness of that bread-yum! Lovely softies as usual.

Kris said...

How good does that bread look! It looks delicious, better than a bought one! Love your softies too. Do you stay up very late in order to create? I ask because that's what I do sometimes in order to fulfill the urge to make and others think I'm crazy. Sorry about that, just looking for someone to tell me I'm not crazy!!!

raining sheep said...

The toys are so cool. I need to check out your shop...all my girlfriends are pregnant.

That bread looks amazing! I love making break so I need to try that.

Philigry said...

i may have to try that brad recipe! i have never made bread.

Selina said...

Good for you to make nice bread, mine is usually... well lets just say 'different' when I make it.

My Love is..... said...

gorgeous work and fabrics!!

Stacey said...

That bread looks divine. I will definitely have to try it, although it will be hard to find a room that is warm for 18 hours in wintery Melbourne.
Any excuse to leave the central heating on all night!

Stitching At Stone Cottage said...

mr giraffe is just too cute...my 15 year old wants one!!!!

christine said...

Looks delicious! I just sent this off to my husband. He loves to bake bread. Thank you for sharing.

periwinkle said...

fresh bread is just the best - we've just got ourselves a bread maker from Freecycle. What is the fabric on the giraffe - love it
lisa x

Louise said...

Thanks for the link to the bread recipe. I think it will be a challenge to find a room that is warm for 18 hours in winter - maybe I'll put it in the hot water cupboard!

lisette said...

I love the giraf!! Awesome! Very nice fabric!

Jelly Wares said...

That bread looks delicious!!! One question.... What kind of flour did you use??? The recipe says all-purpose or bread flour.

Jodie :)