Wordless Wednesday: two loaves of Tartine Bread

TaDaaa!!

Tartine Bread
1st time baking two loaves at once
Tartine Bread
2nd time baking two loaves at once


summary: two loaves of Tartine bread – one baked in makeshift cooker using a cast-iron pan and a large stainless steel mixing bowl, the other in Le Creuset; how do you spell “oven-spring”? – a Wordless Wednesday post

Tartine Bread
Tartine Bread
Tartine Bread
Tartine Bread
It turns out that Le Creuset works just as well as our make-shift pan!!

We think the only reason that the loaves are different depths is because of how they were scored.

Tartine Bread
1st time baking two loaves at once
Tartine Bread
2nd time baking two loaves at once

 

 

 

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