Wednesday, 16 June 2021

Pain Avec Tout

 Pain avec tout.... Bread with everything!

Two loaves made with a combination of white bread flour, whole wheat flour, oats, garlic, onion flakes, grated old Cheddar cheese, chopped fresh herbs from my garden..... parsley, basil and summer savoury. I wish I could transfer the aroma as the loaves came out of the oven. Mmmmmm

A couple of slices toasted with butter, and fresh coffee, breakfast time!

20 comments:

  1. Oh, you just aren't fair!!!
    I could live on that bread!!
    Not suppose to have the flour but oh my "get thee behind me....
    Shammie..the invitation is there..apricot pie and a hearty cuppa would be so much fun to have together.
    I am seriously thinking of doing a pie...not suppose to have that either
    BUT...yummmm
    Sue

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  2. That bread is brilliant! Noted.

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    1. I wondered what would happen to the herbs but they just disintegrated completely.

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  3. Oh that aroma.
    Fresh baked bread is one of THE most delicious scents in the world...
    It is very early here and I am salivating just thinking about it.

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    1. Yes the aroma fills the house, very tempting to eat the whole loaf!

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    1. Exactly, you have hit the nail on the head.

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  5. It looks and sounds delicious!

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    1. Next time I'll add grated cheese to the top before baking....

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    1. Yes, and tastes good too. It's so easy to eat the whole loaf.... must NOT do that!

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  7. They look so good and I'm sure the aroma in your kitchen is wonderful.

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  8. Sounds absolutely perfect Shammi 💙

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    1. I love making bread and it's always interesting to add different ingredients like garlic and fresh herbs, just to see what the end result is.

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  9. That sounds great and the aroma must be heavenly.

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  10. There is nothing in the world quite as delicious as freshly baked bread, especially after the odour of it baking has woken up taste buds you didn't even know you had!

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