Delicious Links for January 17, 2010

January 17, 2010 @ 7:35 am | Filed under: Links

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  1. I love the bread link. Can’t wait to try it. Thank you.

  2. Oh boy, can’t wait to do the virtual tour.

    Speaking of E.B. White Lissa, I am completely enamored of The Essays of E.B. White that you recommended a little while ago. I read 1 or 2 every day and they have given me quite a lift in my day. So so good. Thank you!

  3. I have to say, I love the Artisan Bread cookbook. We make all our bread around here, and I found it a very helpful jumping off point. I’ve been cooking with it for about 18 months now, and I find that, while I don’t follow their recipes very closely any more, it has given me a lot of confidence in my bread baking. I am not as fond of the hard, craggy artisan loaves their technique creates than softer, higher fat doughs, but I figured out how to adapt their technique to softer sandwich type breads quickly.

  4. Two years on, we still use the bread book almost daily! The best cookbook investment we ever made (both usabilty-wise and economy-wise). I just bought the new Healthy Bread book at an ‘after Christmas’ sale, and we are having a yummy time making our way through the new recipes 😉

  5. Love the flash drive and the NY kids book link. I just finished From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler.

    Meg, I would love to know your secrets forgood sandwich loaves from the Artisan Bread recipes. I love the recipes for a crusty loaf to go with soup or for toast but I haven’t been able to figure out a good sandwich loaf yet.

  6. babushka ranks just right up there with baba ghanoush . . . as words that brighten my day . . . so thanks for that

  7. I love both of the “in5” bread books. If you haven’t already, check out the authors’ Web site. They are terrific at answering questions, offering ideas, and describing variations. They don’t give out all the recipes (of course), but do share some good ones.
    I never baked bread before I got these books and now it’s a standby! It has saved us so much money.