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November 16, 2010


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I have never heard of baking bread in a Dutch oven, but I had planned on baking my first loaf of bread this week, and I'm totally going to make this, I love crusty bread!

I absolutely love to cook, but for some reason breads intimidate me. Perhaps because I've yet to be successful at baking bread in my dutch oven. But I'll be trying again, thanks for the great post!

I love your recipe! So glad I found your blog via a write up on your adorable business! Can't wait to read more!

xo Mary Jo

Wow this looks delicious. I would probably sit down with some butter, maybe mix some rosemary in there and eat the whole thing :) I don't have a dutch oven, but if I ever get married its going on my registry haha!

I need to stop reading your blog when I am hungry. Everything looks so wonderful that my mouth starts to water.

yes! i made bread in a make-shift dutch oven a few months ago and it was so good! it turned out super hearty and the crust was very crusty. i'll have to try your recipe! thanks for sharing :)

Oh man that looks tasty. Now I have to add a dutch oven to my Christmas list :)

I got a really old cast iron dutch oven at a flee market a few months ago and haven't used it yet. That bread looks so delicious I might just have to make some tonight! :)


I've never heard of a dutch oven, and i'm dutch haha I love making bread, it always smells so tasty en yummy :)

I made it last night and it turned out delicious!
I took a pic ;)
Who knew baking bread could be that easy!
Thank you for the recipe!

that looks delicious! i don't eat gluten, and i'm still trying to get up the courage to try my hand at baking gluten free bread.....and if i ever do, i will try it in a dutch oven, that looks delightful

I didn't even know this was possible. Maybe I should ask for a dutch oven for Christmas. I mean, any bread that makes people fight over the heels has to be great, right? :)

That bread looks SO good! I'd love to sample some of the things you make one day!

I actually am in the middle of making Mark Bittman's recipe that is cooked in a dutch oven and didn't know you'd written about making bread. :) I'm going to have to try your recipe, too!

I made homemade bread last week, and it was devine! nothing quite like it!:)

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I baked this loaf yesterday to rave reviews at our house!

Funny story... on my phone I could only see 1/3 cup of water. You should have seen me all puzzled wondering how to mix the dough with 1/3 c. water. I never noticed the 1-1/3 till tonight, but I think in the end I added that much just guessing.

Thanks for all the great recipes. I will be in springfield in a few weeks and can't wait to have one of your cupcakes and visit the store. Top on my to-do list.

Natlfy- It's VERY difficult to come by flour in Norway that is not all-purpose, rye, whole-wheat, spelt, or barley. Meaning, self-rising or any other type of enriched white flour is not common in the Norwegian kitchen, so i just use the regular old all-purpose for most of my baking needs.

I just made this tonight. PERFECT soup bread. Many thanks for the recipe!

The lid handle should have a hollow center which allows it to be lifted by the lid lifter. Some oven lids have a solid handle, which makes them difficult to handle when the oven is hot, and should therefore be avoided.

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