More Mini Baguettes

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Bill44

Did a couple of the half baguettes using a recipe from Donyokl. Its a great recipe and I hope we can persuade him to post it.
I still need to work on the baking temp/time to get the loaves a bit browner, but they sure went down well for lunch, thanks Don.
Pic 1 is the pale loaves.
Pic 2 is the crumb
Pic 3 is Subway eat your heart out.

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TeckPoh 2006 June 21

***sizzle***@#**!!*** Sound of my keyboard shortcircuiting from my drool.

That's lunch for 2 or 1? Aah...beetroot rules for a true Ozzie sandwich. What cheese is that? But I digress...

ok...DonYeo, 'fess up...the recipe, please. The bread looks fantastic.

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donyeokl 2006 June 21

Hi Bill,

[quote]
Did a couple of the half baguettes using a recipe from Donyokl. Its a great recipe. I still need to work on the baking temp/time to get the loaves a bit browner, but they sure went down well for lunch, thanks Don
[/quote]

Your are most welcome mate and glad you like it... I prefer a single long slash down one side of the loaf which gives a crumb texture that I prefer (look at Teresa's blog for the half hour later loaf's crumb).

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and I hope we can persuade him to post it.
[/quote]
I have posted it in the recipe page...

Cheers...
Don

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donyeokl 2006 June 21

Bill,

Wow wow... That's a 225g loaf before your wonderful toppings... Must be a real ggggooooodddd lunch!

Cheers...
Don

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