Here’s your chance to make up a recipe you’ve missed. And you can choose from either book! Can’t wait to see what you’ve made. Happy New Year, everyone!
Sounds interesting, and delicious. Any questions or advice?
We have a rewind coming up on Tuesday! Are you making up a missed recipe or revisiting a favorite from one of the books? If you have any questions, I bet someone can help.
Here’s what we have to kick off the new year, BWJ-style:
January 6, 2015- Inside-Out, Upside-Down Tiramisu, p. 398
January 20, 2015- Eastern European Rye, p. 98
And if any of our BCM members want to join in on the Baking with Julia fun, please do!
To all of our wonderful baking friends: have an amazing holiday season. We’re so thrilled that you are on this journey with us.
May the joy of the season bless your home with good spirits, friends, family, peace, and delicious food.
Laurie, Steph, and Jules
Ganache! Let’s see those links!
What do you think we should make from BWJ for the first month of 2015? Please nominate one sweet/breakfast recipe and one savory/bread recipe (with page numbers).
You can check out the Completed Recipes page if you need a reminder of all the things we’ve done already.
Chocolate and mint…one of my favorite combos. Any questions or advice?
Here’s a video of the episode.
Which did you try? Let’s see those links!
The Walnut Bread recipe (pages 121-122) is a riff on the Mixed-Starter Bread recipe (pages 113-120), so we think you should be able to take your pick of either (of course you can make both, if you’re really ambitious) for the December 2 posting. Choose your own bread adventure!
Any questions or advice?
Here’s a video of the Mixed-Starter Bread episode.