Sunday, November 14, 2010

I Did It!!!

My Kitchen Aid is awesome.

 I used it twice yesterday!


 And look what I made :)
My first loaf of Artisan bread.
It is crisp on the outside and oh so chewy in the middle.
It's perfect.
I have dough left for 3 more loaves.
I am so so happy that I tried this.
I can have french baguettes from my own oven!
My husband and kids all loved the flavor as well.
That's a bonus in our house.
Okay off to bake some more..

Moda Bakeshop...
Mistletoe Make and Bake
yeesh...I have a lot of baking to do!!!

20 comments:

Tonya said...

There's nothing quite like fresh, warm bread, straight out of the oven! And the smells! Mmmm... I learned to bake bread when I was very young, as a child my mother used the kneading of the dough as physical therapy for her MS. I still make bread, only now its a kind of mental therapy for me as well! Congrats & hope you enjoy!

jennifer said...

Yea for you nothing smells better than home made bread baking in the oven.

Sandy said...

Recipe? It looks delicious, I think I can "smell" it LOL, Sandy

AMKreations said...

Looks amazing!

Karenkayw said...

I love freshly baked bread....its the best!

Amy said...

That looks yummy! Is it a recipe you can share?

Joyce said...

Oh that bread looks delicious Vicki!! Happy sewing today.

Molly said...

Looks great! Isn't it so nice to just grab the dough out of the fridge? I love that! :)
I may have to go make up some myself! :)

Laura T said...

Looks great! What recipe did you use? I would love to try and duplicate it.
Laura T

Dandelion Quilts said...

Looks great...what was your recipe?

Needled Mom said...

It looks and sounds delicious. Are you going to share your recipe??? There is nothing like the smell of bread baking.

Jackie said...

That looks so wonderful!! Yummy!!

Stormy Days said...

It sounds so wonderful and looks great. Wait till you make cookies with it. I've heard the best test is Chocolate Chip and that mixer has no problem.

Kathy B. said...

Yummy, yum, yum! I just purchased a new KitchenAid mixer myself and have been anxious to try that dough hook. Hope you will continue to inspire me and share the recipe for you delicious loaves of artisan bread!

Carol in E TN said...

Your bread looks awesome! Bet it taste great too!

Jackie said...

It looks so good I swear I can smell it!

John'aLee said...

Oh that looks yummy. Are you using recipes by Artisan Bread in 5 minutes a day by any chance? (I think that's the name of the book.)

JessicaSews said...

I was just looking up artisan breads last week...your beautiful pictures are pushing me along with the idea of baking!

Karin said...

Oh my! That looks so good! I too ma just about to jump onto the Artesian Bread bandwagon. Patiently waiting for my baking stone.

on vacation with di and Paul said...

what no recipe. I am salivating! Love fresh home baked bread. Yours looks amazing!