BWJ White Loaves

Our first recipe as we start the journey through Baking with Julia!  This beautiful white bread tastes as good as it looks.  I made one loaf and the other half of the dough I made into rolls.  It was Superbowl Sunday and we were having a “NO Football” potluck at my yarn shop.  My contribution to the potluck was “Pulled Chicken” and I brought the rolls for the sandwich bread.  They were a hit and held up nicely with the shredded chicken and BBQ sauce.   I still have some slices of the loaf in the freezer and it makes excellent toast.   I have a Bosch mixer which handled kneading the 7 cups of flour in this recipe with no problems.  Yum!

About Created by Carlene

I am retired and live in Southern California with my husband, two black cats, Sadie and Samantha, and Thor the Standard Poodle mix.
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6 Responses to BWJ White Loaves

  1. Amy says:

    Your bread is just lovely. I’m going to make this again and borrow your idea of making rolls. I bet they were delicious with that chicken!

  2. Mrs. D says:

    That looks perfect, you don’t have the recipe?

  3. Sara Cox says:

    What a great idea to make rolls! I will have to try the recipe again and do the same. New blogger, started just for the Tuesday’s with Dorie adventure. Your header photo caught my eye also, because I almost created my blog with a nearly identical photo that I took here in Charleston, SC. Look forward to baking with you! Sara

    • My blog is brand new for Tuesday’s with Dorie as well. In fact as someone else said, figuring out setting up the blog took a lot more time than the actual baking. I took the photo in January when my husband and I took a trip to Morro Bay, on California’s beautiful central coast. Happy Baking! Carlene

  4. Cher says:

    Welcome to the blogosphere! I liked the roll version – it’s been fun to see everyone’s adaptations

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