Can’t wait to see all the loaves! And check out the recipe at Erin’s blog.
I’ll post my link tomorrow. Just commenting to get everyone elses links emailed to me. :)
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I couldn’t find your Pulla – do you have a direct URL for it?
So good I’ll be making it again before the year is out.
Loved this one!
Here is mine: http://www.provechoperu.com/2012/12/christmas-cardamom-finnish-pulla/
I LOVE IT!
Oh yeah. This is a keeper.
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Loved everything about this one!
I second Dawn’s comment: Loved everything about this one!
One of the best sweet breads I ever made
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Mine came out doughier than I would have preferred, but still pretty good with some jam.
A delightful Finnish dessert bread and Seasons Greetings!
Pretty good, but I think I am going to have to make it again, just to be sure!
Oh Lawdy. I pulled 2 big blue eggs out from under a hen for this dough. What satiny dough. I did need a small pile of green cardamom pods to come up with that tsp, but, since I seem to pay Penzey’s mortgage, I have plenty more where that came from. I think this Pulla looks amazing. And the smell is over the moon. And here’s my blog link: http://dancingwoolymasters.wordpress.com Come on by!
Merry Christmas. We’re enjoying this not-so-sweet Christmas wreath Pulla. I’m putting this in the “keeper” file.
Merry Christmas to everyone. We lacked the time to develop this recipe into a gluten free one, but will try to make it up during a future event. Instead, if you love persimmon, you may want to read about it here:
Sorry, my like did not work, I’ll try again…
There was no way this was getting baked last week…possibly the busiest week I’ve EVER had. I might try it next week. We’ll see how vacation week looks for baking!
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I’m unable to leave a comment on your site. Your bread is so beautiful! And the addition of eggnog sounds fabulous! ~Happy Holidays
Little bit late, but I’m here!
Oh this is soooo good! http://lifeatfullvolume.blogspot.com/2012/12/baking-with-julia-finnish-pulla.html
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http://redheadcuisine.blogspot.com/2012/12/twd-finnish-pulla.html Barely made it!
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Not just for the holidays! And I can see this making a mean french toast.
Had it done last week and couldn’t find the pictures in my computer to download. But it is done!
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Better late than never!
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Finally! It was wonderful! http://katiethisdell.wordpress.com/2013/01/07/twd-finnish-pulla-and-a-new-year/
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Great information. Lucky me I discovered your website by accident (stumbleupon).
I have saved it for later!
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