Baking with Julia
Nominations, please. One savory and one sweet. Make sure you include page numbers. I’m looking forward to trying something new.
mocha chocolate chip cookies page 330
walnut bread page 121
Mocha Chocolate Chips (cookies) pg 330
Babas pg 413
How about croissants (pp 185-186) while the weather is still on the cooler side?
- X cookies p 318
- Alsatian Onion Tart p 426
Rye bread (for Reuben’s) pg 98
Mocha Chocolate Chips pg 330
Rye bread, pg 98 and
Sweet ricotta pie, pg 376 (italian tradition for Easter)
I would love to try my hand at croissants.
Croissants (pg 185-186)
Mocha Chocolate Chips Cookies (pg 330)
I love the idea of trying the croissants.
And the mocha chocolate chip cookies look great too.
Croissants (I’ve been wanting to tackle croissants for ages)
Sweet ricotta pie (would be great for Easter)
I would also love to make croissants, as this is probably the last ‘cool’ month we’ll have in florida until next winter. can we make them early in the month….as passover gets in the way?
I agree with Croissants and Sweet Ricotta Pie.
I could be OK with croissants (185-186) and mocha chocolate chips (330).
Rye Bread ~ p. 98
Mocha Chocolate Chip Cookies ~ p. 330
Sweet ricotta pie p376
I guess I am the only one freaked out at the idea of making croissants!
Your not the only one. I am right there with you.
Don’t worry. I’ve made them before. Even if their shape isn’t perfect, they’ll still taste amazing.
You can add me to the “freaked out” list too.
Im nervous at all the options, this would be my first time joining TWD .. excited but totally nervous! :)
Thanks Paula :)
Definitely the sweet ricotta pie for easter!
Mocha Chocolate Chip cookies p330
Sweet Ricotta Pie p.376
I would love to try the croissants! I have 3 weeks until this baby arrives and would love to get that challenge out of the way before my schedule gets thrown all out of whack with a newborn!
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