Note: If you sent me an e-mail with a link to your site about the Poilane-Style Miche, and you aren't listed below, please leave it in the comment section below and I'll add you. My server has been crashing as I try to open mail or write this post on Typepad!
Despite a formidable looking recipe, our valiant Bread Baking Buddies decided to try their hand at making the Poilane-Style Miche. And the results are beautiful.
Here they are! Please go to their blogs and see how they did it.
First out was Ulrike at Kuchenlatein, who produced her marvelous loaf in record time, because she already had her own starter in her fridge! Well done. We should all be so well prepared.
My friend Astrid at Paulchen's Food blog made this beautiful loaf, adding spelt flour to the dough. It was her first attempt at sourdough, and it came out great.
Gea at Koekje Van Eigen Deeg produced this lovely loaf. Looking at those perfect slices makes me hungry for a sandwich. Corned beef, anyone?
Look at the beautiful design Jude, at Apple Pie, Patis & Pate, made on his bread. Marvelous! It's a work
Unfortunately, I left out Soepkipje at Ipernity! Look at this beautiful loaf. That was a crime!
I also left out Gretchen at Canela & Comino! She had to contend with the fact that she can buy almost any kind of flour, but whole wheat flour wasn't available. But, like a true baker, she persevered and created her beautiful loaf.
Judy at Judy's Gross Eats was faced with the eccentric nature of this starter. But, she persevered (thank heavens for us) and produced beautiful bread!
Bread Baking Babes
- A Fridge Full Of Food - Glenna
- Bake My Day - Karen
- Breadchick - Mary
- Cookie Baker Lynn - Lynn
- Grain Doe - Gorel
- I Like To Cook - Sara
- Living on bread and water - Monique
- Lucullian Delights - Ilva
- My Kitchen In Half Cups - Tanna
- Notitie Van Lien - Lien (Our wonderful logo and Badge designer)
- Thyme For Cooking - Katie
- What Did You Eat? - Sher