Is it August already? Wow! It’s been hot, hot, hot this summer but that hasn’t stopped this dedicated group of BYOB Bakers from baking bread and other goodies. What have you been baking this summer? If you’ve been hesitant to get in the kitchen and bake this summer, I invite you to enjoy the August BYOB roundup of breads and other baked goods. This
I hope everyone has been enjoying their summer so far. I’ve been taking a break from baking for a few days to enjoy the Fourth of July Holiday weekend with my family. I figured you wouldn’t mind because I have a lovely roundup of breads from the BYOB Bakers to share with you. Please enjoy the July BYOB roundup of breads and other baked goods.
Is it June already? My, but time flies when you’re having fun. We’ve reached the mid-point for BYOB 2011 and we’re still baking and baking (like the Energizer Bunny). It’s hot outside and even hotter in the kitchen, but that hasn’t stopped the BYOB Bakers. They’re still baking bread with the best of them. I look forward to baking bread with this group throughout the
We’ve had a tremendous response to BYOB so far this year. Several new bakers have joined in the fun for 2011. I’m excited about baking with such a wonderful group of bakers. The idea behind BYOB is that instead of running to the store to buy a loaf of bread, pastry or sandwich buns, you make them yourself. For more details or to participate in
Bake Your Own Bread (BYOB) is a yearlong adventure in baking bread. The idea behind BYOB is to bake your own bread and other baked goods as much as possible rather than buying them at the market or bakery. If you would like to participate in BYOB in 2011, click here for details. Here is a list of the breads and other baked goods