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    How the ding dong did I miss this forum?

    V'nut-Beyond Redemption
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 11:19 am
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    Good heavens.... **mumblemumble**

    Great that you are the moderator, Donna M!

    I was planning to upgrade my Bread making skills this year and was looking at the schedule and fees from Singapore's Baking Industry Training Centre. Both the schedules and fees don't agree with me.

    So looks like you guys are stuck with me for quite a while. On my bread to-do list are Ciabatta (have lisa pizza's recipe), english muffins and a free standing cottage loaf that doesn't sag down.
    Heather Sullivan
    Fri Jan 21, 2005 12:59 pm
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    I tried that ciabatta bread recipe! (i forgot to rate/review it icon_redface.gif ) It wasn't a very impressive loaf or at least it wasn't for me- it really flattened out icon_sad.gif But I took a picture of the "sponge" because it was just so weird looking to me.

    sorry it was still plasticwrapped when I photoed it icon_smile.gif
    Actually, if you look at the picture that Cooking At The Cottage took, the one of the left looked like mine except not covered in herbs... I used the ciabatta bread to make a big jamie oliver style steak sandwich with cheese and onion yummy.gif
    Donna M.
    Sat Jan 22, 2005 1:38 am
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    Heather, ciabatta bread is supposed to be pretty flat looking. In the picture posted on the recipe, the loaf on the right looks more like French bread than ciabatta. Yours probably turned out perfect and you didn't even know it!
    Donna M.
    Sat Jan 22, 2005 1:43 am
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    Velvetinenut, glad to have you join us! Maybe we can all learn how to make a few new kinds of breads.
    V'nut-Beyond Redemption
    Sat Jan 22, 2005 5:02 am
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    Thanks, Donna M.

    I am looking forward to improving my bread baking skills this year. icon_cool.gif
    CarrolJ
    Sat Jan 22, 2005 11:40 pm
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    Heather Sullivan wrote:
    I tried that ciabatta bread recipe! (i forgot to rate/review it icon_redface.gif ) It wasn't a very impressive loaf or at least it wasn't for me- it really flattened out icon_sad.gif But I took a picture of the "sponge" because it was just so weird looking to me.

    sorry it was still plasticwrapped when I photoed it icon_smile.gif
    Actually, if you look at the picture that Cooking At The Cottage took, the one of the left looked like mine except not covered in herbs... I used the ciabatta bread to make a big jamie oliver style steak sandwich with cheese and onion yummy.gif


    I think your sponge looks wonderful!
    V'nut-Beyond Redemption
    Sun Jan 23, 2005 1:46 am
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    Heather

    Your sponge looks a while lot nicer than any of mine. It does look lovely!
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