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20 August 2011

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Rich

Hurrah! Excellent results. Thanks for testing my post out. I'd second that last sentence - do give this a try...these baguettes are astonishingly good.

I've just come back from France, and on seeing my post, a friend of mine assumed that I'd taken the photo in Paris, which I took as the highest compliment possible, as actually, those were MY baguettes and the photo was taken in a back garden in decidedly un-French Yorkshire.

StephChevassus

Are you... are you... serious?? These baguettes look amazing!

I love making bread but gave up on the baguettes as they were not good enough. So I sticked with making viennoiserie and pizza dough. You've just given me hope again and I will make a batch tonight.

The crust and colour look fantastic, much better than lots of bakery in France to be honnest. At least I prefer it like this. It is very close to the rustic baguette that Victoire bakery produces.

Ohhhh I can't wait to get back home!

Thanks to both of you actually.

Barramundi fishing

Baguettes are seems to be nice..Thanks for sharing the whole procedure of its making with its ingredients..White flour is the main thing or we can say main ingredient in it..

fridge repair

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whitecrow

Blogs use WYSIWYG editors. If you know HTML you can do any extras, but it's totally not necessary. Everything you need is here in Typepad.

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