This sounds delicious! What do you know that we need to know?
Let’s see how yours turned out!
Cathy of My Culinary Mission made a gorgeous version with Gruyere cheese. Carla of Chocolate Moosey went a little more old school. (The size differential is only because I’m lousy at working with photos. It’s nothing personal. ;-)
Links only, please. Save the chatter for the other post!
***** Edited to add: If your post doesn’t show up right away, please don’t comment multiple times. Chances are it’s caught in the spam folder and it will be approved very soon. Thank you!
Ok, so it’s really Pi Day. (3.14 – get it?) Who’s making some pie to celebrate? Any favorites to share?
Here is what we have to look forward to!
That one was baked by one of your hosts, Steph of A Whisk and a Spoon.
Spike of Spike Bakes made this beauty:
Please remember this is a LYL post ONLY. Any comments or chatter can go in our Tuesday Chatter post.
Thanks! Looking forward to all the tarts!
Our hosts for March are as follows:
March 6, 2012- Rugelach
Margaret of The Urban Hiker
Jessica of My Baking Heart
March 20, 2012- Irish Soda Bread-
Carla of Chocolate Moosey
Cathleen of My Culinary Mission
If you have questions about hosting, please let us know. We will guide you through it. Congrats!
Okay kids, this is how Recipe Nominations will work:
We ask for nominations. An executive committee will review the nominations. One simple and one more difficult recipe will be chosen to be featured the following month. Then, we will ask for volunteers to host said recipes. A host for each recipe will be chosen by random number generator from the list of volunteers. Once you have hosted, you move to the back of the line to give others the same chance.
Easy enough, right?
Enter your recipe nomination for March in the comments below. Please include page numbers. Recipe Nominations will close on 2/12/12.
Please leave Recipe Nominations only. This is a NO CHAT post.
Let the games begin!
Our first recipe posts on Tuesday! Some of you are wondering what that means and how this actually works. Here is what happens:
On Monday night (because we have bakers from all over the world and our Monday is someone else’s Tuesday) Laurie or I will put up a new post titled “LYL: White Loaves. LYL = Leave Your Link. In the body of the post will be links to our blogs because we are the hosts for this recipe. There might be a photo or two (of us or our bread) as well. Anyone who has baked along and created a blog post is invited to put a link to said blog post in the comments section. As long as it is Tuesday where you are, please leave your link. (Note – I will often write my blog on Sunday and set it to post on Tuesday.) I place my link in the comments section with the time that it will actually post. You should be able to click through any of the links to see the gorgeous loaves that the TWD bakers have created.
It is likely to be overwhelming at first. We have over 300 blogs registered. Visit as many as you can without going crazy. You have two whole weeks to look at these posts before a new recipe will take its place.
We ask that the only people posting the recipe(s) are the hosts. In your blog post, please link to the hosts if you’d like people to be able to find the recipe. Alternately, tell them to go buy the book.
If there are any other questions, please either e-mail us or leave them in the comments. We’ll try our best to answer quickly.
There are a bunch of ladies on twitter who like to have live bake-alongs. I thought we should go ahead and give everyone an opportunity to broadcast their twitter name. No pressure if you like your tweets private and what not.
Hi Laurie and Julie,
Here’s the link to the site:
Call us at (800) 989-8255
Send us your question or comment for broadcast.
Soon you will start to see a few things that look a bit different. The information from this site will essentially be archived (still available to all) and new posts/information about our new book will be published.
Keep your eyes peeled for updates and details about our new book and group.
Happy new year!