It’s December! You know what that means...it’s time for Holiday baking. The Holidays are such a great time for baking, but then anytime is a great time for baking as far as I’m concerned. The BYOB bakers have been baking all year long so this gives us another good excuse to bake bread and other delicious treats.
Bake Your Own Bread (BYOB) is a yearlong adventure in baking bread. The idea behind BYOB is to bake your own bread and other baked goods throughout the year rather than buying them at the market or bakery.
Let’s take a look at the breads and other baked goods the BYOB Bakers made in November. Put on some Holiday music and enjoy these delicious delights.
Apu of Annarasa - Essence of Food starts us off with some Southern Buttermilk Biscuits. Being from the South, I’m partial to these biscuits myself. I think I’ll go make some.
Heather of Girlichef has been busy in the kitchen again this month making lot’s of delicious goodies. Oh my, all of these look so good!
Time to Bake Brioche I agree!
Peanut Butter Bread Yum!
Di of Di’s Kitchen Notebook made some lovely loaves of bread this month and showcased them on the beautiful serving tray her hubby got for their anniversary.
Potato Rosemary Rolls (and a quick look at Poolish Baguettes & Portuguese Sweet Bread)
Chrystal of The Dou Dishes submitted some delicious fall treats. I’m so glad she decided to turn over a new leaf and enjoy some pumpkin goodies. Now, we get to enjoy them as well.
Margie of Tea and Scones told me she made a couple of breads this month. Hah! I believe she’s making up for lost time. Works for me! We get to enjoy this wonderful display of breads.
BBA Potato Rosemary Bread
One of my favorites!
Bapka I agree! What could be better than chocolate and bread.
Andrea of Family and Food was back to her busy month of baking again. How does she do it? Just look at all of these wonderful baked goods.
One Step Croissants What a great idea!
I want this one!
Leslie of La Cocina de Leslie made this delicious Guava Cake. She said it tastes even better the next day. Looks pretty good to me. Yum!
I also made a few breads this month for my baking groups and some just for fun.
Our yearlong adventure in baking is drawing to a close for 2010, but everyone enjoyed it so much, we’re going to continue the fun in 2011. Thanks again to Sandy of At the Baker's Bench for starting this wonderful adventure. I’m happy to be continuing the tradition.
We’d love for you to join us next year. If you’re interested in joining BYOB, just send me a note via the contact us link at the top of this blog.
Remember, December breads will be showcased in January. So go bake some bread and other delights so we can drool over them next month.