Fall is finally here! The leaves are starting to change color and there is a crispness in the air. Don’t you just love this time of year? It’s a great time to be baking.
The BYOB Bakers have been doing just that. Can you smell the wonderful aroma coming from their kitchens? It’s the smell of freshly baked bread. Mmmm…not to mention the wonderful smells of Fall – apples, pumpkins and spices, oh my!
I’m getting hungry just thinking about all of the breads and other baked goods everyone has been baking. Let’s go take a peek at what the BYOB Bakers baked in September. You’re sure to find something you like.
Marion in the United Kingdom starts us out. She’s been bitten by the sourdough bug. She said some spectacular disasters went straight onto the compost heap and wondered how it is possible to wreck something so completely. I wonder that myself sometimes. I think she’s doing just fine.
She named this one “An attempt at slashing”
Marmalade Sourdough Loaf
Sourdough Dinner Rolls
Sourdough Sandwich Loaf
Burnt Crust Sourdough – I’ve had a few of those myself. Lol…
Frieda of Frieda Loves Bread makes bread all the time. Thank goodness she decided to share some with us. Here are two of her newest (yummy) creations.
Kathy in Derwood, Maryland is still busy baking and canning. She just finished putting up grape jelly and juice. Yum! Apples are up this weekend, and hopefully time to try the sourdough starter she just received. Sounds good to me. Here are the breads she’s been making:
- Farmstead White Bread
- 100% Whole Wheat Bread
- Kaiser Rolls
- Italian (Semolina) Bread
- Beer Crust Pizzas
- Donut Muffins
- Blueberry Muffins
- Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
- Crumb Cakes
Heather of GirliChef shares a couple of delicious treats. That Raisin Rosemary Bread does sound heavenly especially paired with sharp cheddar cheese. Great idea to let the bread machine do the heavy work.
Jill of BakingBread-101.com said she didn't realize her camera battery was dead so none of her pictures took. She did bake though! I’d say! Everything sounds delicious!
- Blueberry Muffins
- Carrot cake muffins
- Light multigrain bread
- Wheat bread
- Cinnamon raisin bread
- Sugar cookies
- Chocolate chip cookies
- Strawberry rhubarb pie
Krista of http://www.thebeetreporter.blog.com/ submitted two scrumptious breads this month.
Priya of http://eq-myblog.blogspot.com/ devoted her baking time to cookies & crackers this month. I would like some of both.
Winnie of Somthing Sweet - Winnie's blog made some beautiful challah breads. Take a look at all of her wonderful treats.
Gayathri of Gayathri's Cook Spot made some delicious-sounding treats and most of them are eggless. Lovely photos as well.
Di of diskitchennotebook got back into the baking spirit this month and made a couple of breads and a cake. Yummy! Lovely presentation.
Pam of Pam’s Bread was busy in September as well. She said “I can't believe we're into FALL! Good thing is, it's a great baking
time of the year.” I totally agree! Here are the breads she made:
Soepkipje has been at it again. Take a look at the beautiful breads and other baked goods she’s been making.
Her photo album is located here http://www.ipernity.com/home/soepkipje
The September Bread collage is here http://www.ipernity.com/doc/soepkipje/11514715
Here are the breads I made during September. I had fun with these breads.
Thanks to all of the BYOB Bakers for submitting their breads and other baked goodies this month.
Until next time…
What is BYOB?
BYOB is a yearlong adventure in baking bread. The goal is to bake as much of your own bread and other baked goods as possible in 2011.