April 3, 2007

Waiter There’s Something In My… Bread

By In Blog Events
Bread. Bread in all it’s yeasty, aroma producing, glory. That’s the theme for the next round of Waiter There’s Something In My…
I’m looking for Rye bread, Potato Bread, plain white rolls and simple milk loaves, ale loaves, scrumpy buns, sweet brandy buns, wheatgerm bread, soda bread and sunflower breads. Loaves studded with raisins, onions, herbs, olives or little pieces of meat. Perhaps a walnut loaf or a chestnut and hazelnut bread. Maybe some saffron breads or a lemon barley cob. Or how about a fougasse, a puff ball, a focaccia or ciabatta, a flatbread or wholemeal loaf, a pain de campagne or even a pain viennois..the choice, as they say, is yours.

Entries should be in by the end of the 25th of April. Please Link to this announcement (and the round-up, once it’s up) email entries only with the subject as BREAD. (If you don’t do this the likelihood is that the email will get lost) Please include your name, your blog’s name, the name of the bread and a permalink to your post.

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  1. myriam April 4, 2007

    count me in!!!! i got loads of fresh yeast and flour at home. so expect some serious bread. wonderful event!

  2. Jeanne April 4, 2007

    Nooooooo… you are doing this to torture me, the non-baker yeast-o-phobic!! :o)
    Actually it will be a good excuse to cook outside my comfort zone – will have to start thinking what to make!

  3. Baking Soda April 5, 2007

    How can I resist? Great event, count me in.

  4. Marce April 7, 2007

    Perfect choice as I´m in the mist of a bread-making frenzy, so you´ll probably get a few entries for me. I have a question though, can I submit a recipe I posted about on March 25th?

  5. Andrew April 7, 2007

    Technically Marce you are supposed to make something new, specifically for the event… but I guess if you update the post to include a link no one would realise.

  6. tigerfish April 9, 2007

    Could I take part if my recipe uses store-bought bread as part of the ingredient – making something eg. stuffings out of store-bought bread?

  7. eva April 11, 2007

    What a great event!!I’m lookink forward to it already, but so many options to make!! glad the osterfladli turned out 🙂

  8. arfi April 14, 2007

    great event!!

  9. Petra April 16, 2007

    Bread – I love to try new bread recipes! What a wonderful idea!

  10. Deborah Dowd April 18, 2007

    Do recipes have to be bread made from scratch or can they be something made with bread?

  11. Andrew April 18, 2007

    The intention is for bread recipes and not really dishes made with bread. Hope that doesn’t put you off Deborah!

  12. Helen April 19, 2007

    Hi Andy,
    You are such an inspiration 🙂 I finally wrote down my recipe for pain brioche all thanks to you! I am trying to e-mail you my entry, but I can’t seem to find your e-mail anywhere on your site besides the mouse over in the top right corner. I am not sure if I got your address right since the mouse over kept disappearing as I tried to write it down. I’ll try to e-mail my entry to what I think the address is, but would you mind sending me an e-mail so that I have yours?

  13. tigerfish April 21, 2007

    There seem to be some problem with the email I’m sending the entry to.
    Is it spittoon AT andys-scribblings co uk ?
    It’s not working, apparently. Got a failure notice. Wonder if others have the same problem.
    Post URL: http://teczcape.blogspot.com/2007/04/thin-crust-hawaiian-pita-pizza-you.html
    or found here

  14. sam April 25, 2007

    Hi Andrew – I would have loved to take part in this but the Fish & Quips and English Dinner Party plus the charity meal I am prepping for tomorrow zonked me out, – a week later and I would have been so there. Can’t wait to read the round up. Plus you got a star mention in today’s blog post anyway, so I imagine you should forgive me.
    good luck

  15. Andrew April 25, 2007

    Not to worry Sam, we struggled on with out you! I saw the mention, nice to know the wine turned out such a success.