Tuesdays With Dorie, you are a bad influence!
Good grief, this is either the best bread in the history of mankind, or I haven't had bread in so long it only seems that way.
After a bit of a search, I found fresh yeast. If you're in the Atlanta area, you can get it at the Buford Highway International Farmer's Market - in the refrigerated area of the Eastern European section. Don't know why I've never been there before, but it was a pretty great place to explore. The aisles are marked with different country names, and you can literally walk around the world.
Let's get to some pictures:
|That yeast cake crumbled up nicely.|
But it smelled a little... skanky...
|Not the best scale for measuring .6 of an ounce|
|All that kneading caused Katie to throw a screw,|
but as usual she performed beautifully, loose screw or not.
|Genius suggestion by Sharron to let the shaped dough rise|
on parchment paper cradled between rolled up towels.
Baked them right on the paper.
One question: Where can I get a single-edged razor blade?
My knives just aren't cutting it. <groan>
|Meanwhile, outside, the feeder is almost empty.|
They've sucked down a gallon this year!
Can hummingbirds get fat? My husband thinks so.
|See what I mean about being a|
Check out the links of the other Tuesdays With Dorie participants here. And the original video of Julia with Danielle Forestier (who contributed this recipe) is here.
|For your entertainment.|
This came in my CSA box yesterday.