Baking with Julia
What have you been baking this week? Did you miss us so much that you went back into the book and baked a favorite or something you had missed? Let us know!
Whoa, hi new format! The bread is in the oven–just woke up at 5:30AM to make it so.
I have 21 recipes to bake in order to really finish the book. Here’s the Cran-Apple Crisps: http://peggydempsey.blogspot.com/2012/01/cranberry-apple-crisps.html
You go, Peggy! That’s awesome.
I finished and it feels amazing to hold up the book and say, “I’ve made every recipe in this book!”
…and now to check out your cran-apple crisps!
Ooo, I love the LYL just because. I just got done shoveling the driveway. It snowed about 3 inches this morning and another inch or more since I stopped shoveling.Poor kids had school anyway, so they are counting the minutes until they get out and can go sledding.
Oh! If anyone is looking for something to bake this week. FFwD is making bubble-topped brioche rolls. :)
Yum! I’m going to check out that recipes. Sounds adorable and delicious.
Starting at the beginning of TWD and blasting through the first six months of recipes, which I missed…
I’ve started on some recipes from the new book (boca negra and the brownies). Trying to get ahead. Also made some blueberry crumb bars http://spikebakes.tumblr.com/post/15126753993/blueberry-lemon-crumb-slabs and made Dorie’s tall and creamy cheesecake for the millionth time. Happy new year everyone!
Youve been busy! I made cupcakes for New Years and banana bread yesterday. I did not photo either though. (i suck.) Hoping to make both the bread from bwj and the bubble top brioche rolls for ffwd this week.
I’m with you on the Tall and Creamy Cheesecake…one of my absolute favorite recipes! :)
The blueberry crumb bars look yummy.
I thought I might be taking a break from baking but I have people coming over Saturday night (for games), Sunday night (to practice calling contra dances) and Monday night (for the first of a series of 9 Monday Soup Nights) so I have lots of things to bake. Dorie’s cheesecake is a great idea!
Yep, I missed a few myself so here is the first of many catch-up recipes.
Ciao ! here is what I baked
I made pancakes for my kids this morning!
It’s weird…I haven’t really had the urge to bake in the last week or so. I even asked someone to bring dessert when they came over for dinner one night! I don’t even know who I am anymore!
I did start to get ideas when I spotted the cake flour in the cabinet though, so I suspect my mojo will come back soon enough.
I suspect you are being creative in other ways–some sort of “crop rotation” of the creative spirit is happening and the urge to bake will come back soon.
I made tortillas this weekend-but no baking…..I am expecting to bake soon…one can only last so long without it!
You’re right about that! Baking is definitely a happiness-making activity for me!
I made plain old Tollhouse choco chip cookies, but with seasonal mint and dark chocolate chips. Somehow they tasted a lot like Girl Scout thin mint cookies. I also made the sticky, sticky buns from the cookbook “Flour” (they were quite good). I kind of feel like I’m cheating on TWD, lol.
No blogging, though.
Love this LYL!
I finally posted all of my catch-up recipes. 42 pictures in one post. #yikes
And here’s my wrap up post with Floating Islands.
On Tuesdays I’m planning to bake and post the recipes I missed in the 7 months of 2008 before I joined. I”m baking them in the order they were originally chosen, so here’s my post for the very yummy brown sugar shortbread cookies:
I had to make the last recipe today….http://bakeologie.blogspot.com/2012/01/twd-kids-thumbprint-cookies.html
Thanks for everything! I can’t wait til the new book starts!
I made bagels with the Girl. Yup. Bagels. And they were tasty. No blog post yet, but I’m working on it!
Aren’t bagels the most fun to make?!?
I’ve jumped in with Nancy to start again at the beginning (and fit in all the ones I missed before the end of 2012). Here’s my brown sugar pecan shortbread post:
I used my thawed-out leftover brioche loaf (from the summer) to make the following for our breakfast this morning…I reduced the sugar and it was still amazing.
yes, i made the hidden berry creamcheese torte (twice!), but haven’t posted it yet…
That is one of my favorite recipes from the book.
Hello TWD, I’m on board for Baking with Julia. I’ve owned this book for years and never had a reason (or courage) to explore. You have given me the spark of interest, purely by accident. So, I’m perusing the recipes and picking, anticipating beginning my first Baking with Julia experience this weekend. Will post results, keep an eye open and stay tuned.
I’ve ordered my book and want to participate in Baking with Julia but I can’t figure out how to sign up! Help please:)
HA HA! Finally!!! I got the book! I made a blog! I’m ready!
I also made the tarte tatin to practice/warm up my baking skills.
Would love to sign up! Someone please help.
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