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March 21, 2009


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I'd love a taste of your delicious-looking and sounding bread.



Yum yum and double yum!! Now that I am making my way into solid foods again, this sounds like a dream Simona!! (also, if you ever find the cake yeast, can you let me know where???)


My hat is off to you for making the cheese and the bread~ I can only imagine how great your kitchen must have smelled while the bread was baking!


Ciao, Simona, ha un bellissimo aspetto questo pane, ti è venuto davvero bene, come va tutto bene?
ti lascio la ricettina per la tua raccolta novel food - http://viaggiarecomemangiare.blogspot.com/2009/03/budino-di-pane-nero.html
salutoni e baci!


You do so many lovely things Simona. The bread sounds just amazing.


it's truly inspiring to see you making your own cheeses. adding them to bread makes them even more special. this bread looks fantastic.


Anch'io rimasi affascinata dai panini di francesca, ma la pagnotta che hai ottenuto tu è deliziosa

tracie b

those would surely melt in my mouth! fresh yeast is so hard to find here...

Simona Carini

Dear Paz, I wish there was a way of emailing bread, so you could taste it soon after it is made.

Ciao Vanessa, good to hear you are feeling better. I'll let you know if I find the fresh yeast somewhere.

Hi Jann. Indeed, cheese making is my most recent adventure. This bread is a real treat. Definitely the kitchen smells good when it is in the oven.

Ciao Astro, qui tutto bene. Grazie per il post per Novel Food.

Thanks, Ivy. This is a nice recipe from a really nice book. I just bought another bread baking book, so expect more experiments.

Thanks, Bee. Combining homemade ricotta to homemade bread was indeed a special treat.

Grazie, Lenny. Ha davvero un bel color miele, caldo, invitante.

Hi Tracie and welcome. I wonder if in places with a substantial presence of Italians it is easier. A few months ago, I interviewed a woman who makes organic pizza dough and she must use fresh yeast cakes. It was so nice to smell it, so familiar.


Ricotta in bread! Sounds delicious, Simona! I am bookmarking this post!

Simona Carini

It is a really nice bread, Maryann. I will certainly make it again.

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