Baking with Julia
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. :)
Forgot to mark the box for follow-up comments!
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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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