Baking with Julia
That was made by our host, Heather at Heather’s Bytes. Yum! Can’t wait to click on the links and see how these turned out!
And actually did a blog post. Live at 1:00 am CST
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Just discovered what a short link is…oh and I LOVED these bagels!
Hooray for bagels! http://www.oneclevermom.blogspot.com
look guys I’m early for once! http://halfbakedperfection.blogspot.ca/2012/10/twd-bagels-hey-look-guys-im-on-time.html
http://www.bakingandboys.com/2012/10/bagelstuesdays-with-doriebaking-with.html These turned out great. So glad I made them!
We absolutely adored everything about these Bagels!
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loved this recipe:)
Very fun, and really good!
We had fun with this, and we’re still enjoying them about a week later.
I’ll do it again…but not until it cools off here.
Been baking along for a while and finally getting another post up. (I’ve got some catching up to do!)
Really enjoyed making these.
I loved making these yummy bagels too!!
Love these bagels!
Tasty but a little tedious.
my first Tuesday with Dorie, and I get to make something I’ve always wanted to make! Yay!
Much better than my last encounter making bagels
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These made me smile:
Wish I could eat these…http://www.peanutbutterjamgems.com/2012/10/i-wish-i-could-eat-bagel-everyday.html
They were delicious.
Lots of work – but they were good!
Here is mine :
I baked bagels! What an achievement!
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The Green Chile and Cheddar Bagels were yummy!
Yes I did make bagels!
Your bagels look great! I, too, was apprehensive but found it much easier than the 4 pages of recipe directions led me to believe! I was sorry I hadn’t tried to be more creative in toppings. Like you, next time, raisins and cinnamon. Kristine Mika (louisawalter)
Time got away from me… here’s mine!
Lots to clean up but well worth the time. Yum.
Phew! I made it! Loved these!
In the nick of time…
The first batch of 5 bagels were a semi-failure (I decided to shape them first), the second a success, after 3 days in the fridge. Weird, but I’ll take it.
A lot of work for the humble bagel; I’m glad I made the journey though. First two were a near complete failure, re-grouped and rescued the dough.
Part 1 of our gluten free version of Bagels. A work in progress. Stay tuned til Oct. 30 for Part 2, i.e. our final version.
At least I’m posting in the same week this time…
I’m a day behind!
Sigh…I’m always late… :(
Better late than never!
A little late… http://www.beansylovescake.blogspot.com/2012/10/twd-pumpkin-bagels.html
nearly 2 weeks late, but finally made them!
I finally made the bagels but left the dough in the fridge for days. Not a good idea but steve made a great breakfast pizza so it wasn’t a total loss.
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