Wordless Not-Wednesday: scoring experiment

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raisin bread

raisin bread

summary: One of the reasons I read “Bien Cuit: The Art of Bread” by Zachary Golper and Peter Kaminsky was to learn about different scoring techniques. Using the wonderful Burnt Whisker Forge handled lame that T gave me, for this raisin bread (Ken Forkish recipe), this is my first attempt at achieving the scoring used for Bourbon Bread on page 63. It’s not quite as defined as I hoped… next time!

 

 

 

 

 

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  • tanna jones

    Bake on and score more bread ;-) Clearly we both needed this book.

  • Ha! Yes! We’ve scored big time, haven’t we?

    It really is a good book, isn’t it?