Here is my try with the Focaccia recipe. It is the 13th recipe in the Bread Baker's Apprentice Challenge. :)
THIS IS THE VERY BEST ONE YET!
Very easy and the taste is out of this world.
Who doesn't love all that olive oil and herbs? YUMMY!
Where is my signature "S"?
Here it is:
Sensational, Stupendous, Succulent, Savory, and Susie's!
Gorgeous rise on your Focaccia!ReplyDelete
Thanks! It is so very tasty. Can't wait to see what everyone else thinks of this recipe.
Must be you're full speed ahead is the only speed you know.ReplyDelete
Looking forward to this one, it is wonderful.
Looks gorgeous. You can't beat olive oil, herbs and don't forget a little touch of salt ;) oh and garlic ... there I go adding on.
Look at all those lovely little holes soaking up all that yummy oil. Great job Susie. I'll admit that I've been really looking forward to the focaccia. Gotta get through my cinnamon bread, corn bread and english muffins first though. Patience Mags... patience!ReplyDelete
Your Focaccia looks delicious! I agree, who wouldn't love all of that olive oil and herbs. Yummy! I'm looking forward to making this one as well.
Yes, this one is a keeper for sure. Thanks.
Can't wait to see what you come up with. :)
Like I said I'm going to be gone all of Aug. I have 2 more to do to be right where the schedule is when I get back. I don't know if I will get to those or not.
Thanks for liking my Focaccia. :)
I didn't add salt. Not sure why but it didn't need it anyway.
Thanks! You will love this recipe. YUM,
Oh yeah, baby! This is beautiful looking bread!ReplyDelete
And now, after reading your commnts, I'm wondering how, exactly, would be the best way to add garlic to the dough. I'm leaning towards lightly cooked...
I just added the "minced" garlic in the jar. It was easy to incorporate it into the oil. :)
Going at our own pace is one of the things I love about this group. It doesn't seem to matter if we skip one, make a bunch in a row or go back and make one again.ReplyDelete
I love focaccia, looks great!
I love foccacia. I can't wait to make this.ReplyDelete
Yes, It is a great group. :) Lots of fun and freedom.
You will 'love' it. It makes a lot though. :)
Wow...you should get a prize for being the first to tackle all the breads. And they all look so good! Now I'm really looking forward to focaccia week...ReplyDelete
I'm doing the FRENCH bread tomorrow. :)
You will love the Focaccia.
You will have a well deserved holiday after your marathon baking!! Great job on the foccacia. Makes me want to skip ahead and make it next!!ReplyDelete
Thanks, it will be a fun holiday for sure. :)
Thanks for the compliment on the focaccia.
Have fun and nice baking along with you,
Great looking focaccia Susie. I can't wait to bake it!ReplyDelete
Thanks! You will have a blast with this one.
Man love it. You are always ahead of the game and the best part is I get to learn from you.ReplyDelete
Really looking forward to doing this bread too.
You will love this recipe. Will look forward to getting back into baking in Sept.
Wow! That looks awesome! You're making me hungry! Great job.ReplyDelete
The Missing Piece,ReplyDelete
Thanks, another great recipe for sure. You will LOVE making this one. :)
Oh my, looks so good. I'm so glad you are doing these ahead of us. Another one that I can't wait to make.ReplyDelete
:) Thanks. Yup it's a keeper.
We have also made this and it was one of our favorite recipes so far from the book. The bread was so flavorful!ReplyDelete
Yes one of my favs too. Have fun,
Wow, that's a lot of focaccia! I bet it went fast, though, with that description. =)ReplyDelete
All of these wonderful looking things you bake - Mac and I want to know "Who is the one eatting them" as both you and Al are skinny...
I'd eat anything I baked or cooked so no longer do either...
I enjoy looking and reading about all you have or are accomplishing...