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Tuesdays With Dorie — Country Bread

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photo-3countrybreadHappy New Year, everybody! Today's recipe was an easy yeast loaf. It used a sponge and a fair amount of whole wheat and rye flour, which helped give it flavor. It made a very large loaf. I would probably split the dough to make two loaves next time. We ate it with a sausage and lentil stew. It was also tasty by itself, slathered with butter!

What did you guys think of it?

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Author: cathybruce

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13 Comments

  1. Your bread (and stew) look delicious! We really enjoyed this loaf as well, and suspect I will make it regularly.

  2. I loved it too!!!! I love the stew you made too!!

  3. oh…this bread would be perfect with sausage and lentils. looks so tasty! I liked this recipe, too.

  4. I like the look of both your bread and stew. I’m willing to bet that must have been some meal.

  5. Perfect with your lentil stew! Double yum!
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  6. Gorgeous bread and delicious looking stew…I’d love to be eating at your house!
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  7. Your bread looks perfect!! I loved this recipe. It had such a lovely crunchy crust.
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  8. Great looking bread. The crust is the best parta.
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  9. Happy New Year to you, too.
    You’ve baked a wonderful loaf!
    I do agree: 2 smaller loaves next time – because there will definitely be a “next time”
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  10. This bread will be perfect with a lentil stew – yum!
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  11. Your bread looks perfect! And that stew looks fabulous – I’m sure they went great together. I gave half of our loaf away, it was so huge.
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  12. Your loaf looks so beautiful – the texture especially. I used this to make toast and a pretty delicious grilled cheese. I thought it was a very versatile recipe.

  13. Your bread looks great…so does your stew. We had the bread with a hearty sweet potato and peanut soup.
    Peggy recently posted..Country Bread

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