Baking with Julia
Let us know how yours turned out!
Yay, first :-)
Like dir very much! http://cookierookie-alvarosa.blogspot.co.at/2013/12/twd-challah.html?m=1
oh. almost. liked it nevertheless :-)
Wonderful! I even learned the 6-Strand Braiding!
I liked this one.
This was good!
this was delicious! http://bakinginspain.blogspot.com.es/2013/12/twd-challah.html
Love this challah!
it’s a keeper!
Not sure when I will get to this! Hopefully soon. Commenting to get links emailed to me. :)
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woo hoo! A miracle has occurred! I made it on the right day this time! So proud of myself.
Hello from Singapore! First time taking part in TWD, learnt a lot and had a lot of fun! :)
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I was baking with this group in spirit, but made a non-dairy challah instead: http://saucygander.wordpress.com/2013/12/05/tuesdays-with-peter-making-peter-reinharts-challah/
Yum! Made it on time but was late in posting!!
Loved this! Sorry for the late post.
Hi. I think you have a problem with your comments, I am getting an error on your post when I click on comments.
Unable to comment on your post. Keep getting an error message. I can’t wait to make this. I for one, love soft, squishy, sweet breads. :)
A day late in posting but I did it!
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Horribly late… but it was beyond delicious and I then made some French toast with it!!
A week late I know! I made it for a dinner I hosted this past weekend. Turned out great!
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I baked it on time…post is very late.
Baked really late, posted even later…
Perfect hostess gift!
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A month late isn’t that bad, right? :)
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