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Posted on:11/21/09 6:37 PM
Last Updated:11/29/09 10:46 AM


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Silk Challis said... (11/24/09 6:32 PM) Reply
Thanks! It is a nice autumn print, indeed.
mhk3boys said... (11/21/09 11:18 PM) Reply
What a great home dec project! I love your fabric choice!
Silk Challis said... (11/21/09 8:46 PM) Reply
Yes: even if the dough is a little bit sticky, you can make the rolls before the second rising (spread flour on your hands during the shaping), place them on a cookie sheet and cover with a clean cloth during the rising. Remove the cloth before baking.
katlew03 said... (11/21/09 8:35 PM) Reply
This looks like a great gift -- and also a great recipe. How did you do the rolls -- divide dough before second rising and bake on cookie sheet?
Silk Challis said... (11/21/09 8:17 PM) Reply
And even the bread was easy to make! The recipe is available here: No-Knead Bread (but bread rolls were made instead of a loaf to take the pictures) and the story behind this recipe here: The Secret of Great Bread: Let Time Do the Work.
Vintage Joan said... (11/21/09 7:28 PM) Reply
Very nice! I've always wondered how these were made -- I didn't realize they were this simple. These will definitely make nice gifts. :)
 
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