Not-quite-Wordless Not-quite-Wednesday: Have lame, now what?


homemade Bread Lame handle

summary: homemade bread lame handle; link to scoring video

I loved the lame handles that I saw at Burnt Whisker Forge and after seeing them, (this one in particular), T suddenly realized that we too could have a really beautiful bread lame handle, using the silver handled nail cleaner from my grandmother’s vanity set. (The case on the wall is made with cardboard, a plastic hairpin and duct tape.)

Now, I guess I’ll have to learn how to score… wish me luck!

(Or go directly to YouTube: Proper scoring of a baguette)

I love Ciril Hitz’s ( YouTube videos!



Irritatingly, I am still unable to turn on commenting… :stomp: :stomp: :stomp:


edit 25 February: I finally have commenting allowed again! Whoohooooo! (read more here about the hoops I jumped through)


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