Well I found time to finally do another of the Bread Baker's Apprentice Challenge recipes. This is called Challah and could be braided but seeing I did that last week I decided to do some thing different.
CAN YOU SEE MY "S"?
Here are my Challah "S" rolls cooling.
Do you wonder how I did this so nicely????? LOL!
Here is my "S" all pretty on a nice dish towel.
LOOK BELOW TO SEE HOW I GOT IT SO NICE!
Here are my rolls rising in the secret pan. This pan is called Burvelle's Educated Cake Pan. The squares are placed in unque ways to create numbers and letters. Neat eh?
I bought it to bake cakes that showed the age of the birthday person. :o)
I found the Challah recipe easy and tasty!
Looks great Susie! I love your pan!!ReplyDelete
Thanks! I have two of them so it will be cool to do numbers and initials if I find time. :)ReplyDelete
Looks delicious. I love challah. Love the pan idea too.ReplyDelete
Susie, I want those pans.:DReplyDelete
Your Schallah looks amazing. It's tasty, isn't it? It's one of my most favorite breads.:)
Well color me impressed as all get out!! I love it! What a unique idea... you outdid yourSelf on this one girlie.ReplyDelete
I've never heard of such a pan. Very cool. Your Challah looks delish!ReplyDelete
Thanks! Just one left. LOL.
Thanks! Yes, it's tasty..........just one left.
On to #7! :o)
Well thank you! The only thing is I'm running out of "S" ideas. :)
Thanks! I heard about the pan on a cake forum. I got two of them on ebay. They are expensive though.
I am not sure what impresses me more, your ability to comment on virtually everyone's bread (how do you keep up?), your ability to get an "S" in every bread, or that you found a pan that I have never, ever even heard of, and I read about cooking and baking constantly! One that's "educated," after all!) And, darn, but those rolls look really, really good.ReplyDelete
What nice compliments. :) Thanks!
I don't know how I keep up. Probably because I only work a few hours OUT of the home. I do go to see my Dad 2 or more times a week at the nursing home and I watch my grandson about every weekend and sometimes more. :o) Love that kid.
I don't know how long I can keep up with the "S". I'm running out of ideas. Maybe I can find an "S" dish towels to lay them on.
That's so fun! And beautiful, and most likely delicious as well!ReplyDelete
Thanks! Yes, very tasty
I enjoy your blog.
That looks great! What a fabulous pan!! If I ever see it here I will buy it for sure.ReplyDelete
I don't believe that pan is being sold anymore. I got it on ebay. :)
very nice susie, as always!! I liked the S design.ReplyDelete
Thanks Nico. :)ReplyDelete
Susie, your Challah looks great! I love all of the S designs.ReplyDelete
Thanks! Fun isn't it?
Susie, I have never seen that pan, it is hilarious, and it made a beautiful challah.ReplyDelete
You are so speedy, I can't believe you are so far ahead.
Congratulations on your grandson!
I have to get ahead as we are going to be gone all of August. Can't bake on the Harley. :)
Thanks for the congrats. Grandbabies are awesome.
We've made Nicole's blog site! Woo-hoo! How exciting!ReplyDelete
Very,very cool and creative!!ReplyDelete
Thanks a bunch. :)
Lady S, I LOVE your bread and I WANT that pan.ReplyDelete
:) Thanks! It is getting harder to think of some way to get an "S" on the breads. :)
Here is the pan on ebay. EXPENSIVE THOUGH. I have two.
VERY cute...(and lovely looking bread, too). My challah was very boring-looking by comparison! Congrats...ReplyDelete
I doubt your bread was boring. Can any bread be boring????
What beautiful bread rolls...the perfect color, and now we know how you got the perfect shapes in the perfect alignment! How fun is this pan! Always something exciting over here. We loved the Challah made into rolls best.ReplyDelete
Thanks! I really need to get that pan out and use it more often for cakes, brownies and more rolls of course.
That is a really cool pan!ReplyDelete