News — By Ben on 30 March 2009
Homemade Bread Roundup

Time does fly! It seem like it was just yesterday when I announced the second installment of my food event Homemade and now it is time to post the roundup. I am very happy because this month we had 15 entries! 15 delicious breads were shared by our particpants. We have yeasted bread, flat bread, pizza, tortillas, and an array of flavors that will stimulate your senses.

I am also glad to know that a couple of our participants got inspired by this event to start baking their own bread. That’s what this event is all about, get people excited about homemade food. And without anymore ado here are this monht’s entries:

Happy Cook of My Kitchen Treasures made Cinnamon Raisin Bread

Soli Deo Gloria of Heart and Hearth made Whole-Wheat Loaf

Soma of eCurry made Rosemary Pepper Peasant Bread

Joy of Gourmeted made Whole-wheat Bread (this is Joy’s very first food event, ever! I am honored :) )

Mrs. Ergül made Garlic Toast

Soma of eCurry made Pizza Margherita (she made the crust herself )

My lovely friend Deeba of Passionate About Baking made Pitanini (very clever and creative!)

Jescel of Spice of Life made Sweet Challah

Aparna of My Diverse Kitchen made Cumin Flavored Whole Wheat and Barley Flour Rolls

Divya Vikram of Dil Se made Oatmeal Wheat Bread

Curry Leaf of Experiment, Emotions, Experiences with Food made Spiced Pumpkin Chocolate Bread

Yasmeen of Health Nut made Cimmanon-Cocoa Quick Bread

Simone of Junglefrog Cooking made Hungarian Farmers Bread (This is Simone’s very first homemade bread. I am glad to see this event has inspired some of my friends)

Soma of eCurry made Vegan Banana Orange Nut Loaf

And your host (that’d be me) made Whole-wheat tortillas

Thank you everybody for participating. I will be unveiling the next challenge in a couple of days (I was going to do it today but stupid me forgot it in the oven and burned it! GRRRR) If you have any suggestions for future challenges just let me know.

¡Buen provecho!

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grew up around food. His family owned a restaurant in Mexico City and he spent a big deal of his childhood helping and learning after school the art of creating delicious dishes from simple ingredients. He created this blog to share his kitchen adventures with the world.

(17) Readers Comments

  1. How about ‘our’ interpretation/creation of something Mexican for the next challenge?

  2. You are not playing fair, Ben! I cannot look at all these delicious treats so early in the morning!!!

  3. Hello Ben, all those breads look delicious, I have only a big problem, I started a diet, and I’m not able to eat sugars and flours, so I was at the store looking for flourless bread; Do you have a recipie for flourless bread?????????? Please!!! I need it.
    Thank you very much

  4. Wow Ben, what a great turn out and such an awesome event! If I had been around, I wouldn’t have missed this one! :)

  5. Look at all of the great submissions! Excellent round up. I just sent the link to this month’s event to Giz…Trying to figure out what we can make…

  6. Wow! So many delicious bread to try! Thank you for the delicious round-up! Looking forward to the next challenge! :)

  7. What gorgeous variety of breads,thanks for the round up:)

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