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#261

Sunday morning scone making for afternoon tea


#262

Starting making the biga last night, not sure where I went wrong ( on reflection too wet a dough) and the sourdough is slippery than Jovi.

Fucking dough sticking to everything.

There was no shaping for the prove. Turned into a focaccia/ciabatta thing. Not tasted yet but better than waste. The joy is in the mistakes one makes.


Then

And out

I will it then thinly slice in had and stuff with Mediterranean things


#263

We currently have no functioning oven, so any home made bread is just bread machine stuff. The Wench did at least manage to get a sourdough-ish loaf to work in it, which was nice,

If only we lived in a country that had decent bread available :joy:


#264

Couldn’t give a stuff what it was called John, it looked feckin delish! :heart_eyes:


#265

To be fair it was, stuffed with mortadella and stuff…

It’s spurred me on

I’m gonna have a crack at some ciabatta next weekend, this weekend is anfield and a stinker of a hangover


#266

I have been back on the bread making for the last few months.
The new oven is taking some getting used to.


#267

Looks pretty impressive (and tasty) Andy


#268

Thanks - Today is baps


#269

More Rolls this time wholemeal


#270

Both of the above look fantastic Andy.

I bet they taste even better !


#271

Ciabatta try

No 1 it’s easy
No 2 it’s a faff
No 3 its hifi


I’m aiming to bring a couple to lollipopwell


#272

number 3 :grinning:


#273

Number 4. Stronzetto glue


#274

Sometimes resistance is futile


#275

Shaping …yes
Taste …a little more salt

There will be more


#276

Any chance you could bring a Ciabatta to Lopwell for the olive oil tasting ?


#277

No knead bread - Seriously simple
Made in a single Tupperware container baked on a tray less than 5 mins of work total


#278

Any chance of the recipe Andy?


#279

Why make it then? :grin:


#280

Something’s wong here