November 26, 2007

Move aside Orowheat...


The full story is coming soon... but as I head into an intensive week of Lean Six Sigma training, the pictures of a potato's metamorphasis to bread will have to suffice for now....

Resources Used:
organic Yukon Gold potatoes and whole wheat flour from the newly opened Danville Draegers.
King Arthur unbleached all purpose flour.

Last year I reflected on an early autumn tour of my CSA.

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36 comments:

Barbara said...

It looks good. I'll be back to see how it evolved.

breadchick said...

Look great as usual. Yikes Six Sigma Training...bring back a T-Shirt that says your survived ;-)

Gigi said...

Yummy looking bread!

Rachel said...

it looks good!

Chris said...

OOOh - an enticing preview! Will be back!

Marce said...

It looks very promising. I´ll be back to check the full story.

I(dot)J said...

what is six sigma training? Yes.. the pictures did suffice

Princess of the kitchen said...

Your bread looks yummy and that sandwich you made with it looks delicious. Now i am getting hungry.

Foodie Froggy said...

Can't wait for the full story...

Anne said...

Impressive! You did a great job :)

slush said...

Your pictures are killer! Cant wait to read all about it. xo

joey said...

It's looking good! Good luck on your training!

Jen Yu said...

Ooooh, is that a sandwich I spy?!? I loooooove me a good sandwich. The pics look terrific. Congrats and I look forward to reading how it went.

jen at use real butter

SUGARCRAFT INDIA said...

Great breads!! Will be back!!

Deborah said...

The pictures look great. Can't wait to hear about it!!

Maryann said...

What's in that sandwich? It looks good :)

MyKitchenInHalfCups said...

What a tease you are!

Julie said...

Seriously, Orowheat has nothin' on us Daring Bakers!

Tartelette said...

Looks good...Can't wait for the full lowdown!

Bake your cake and eat it too said...

looking forward to the full report. :-)So far, looks wonderful!

Gretchen Noelle said...

Love the photo montage. Look forward to hearing how you survived the potato blob!

Sheltie Girl said...

You did a wonderful job on your bread. Good luck with your Lean Six Sigma training.

Natalie @ Gluten A Go Go

chronicler said...

Even without the story your bread look fab! Mmmmm.

Andrea said...

Have fun at the Six Sigma Training. Your photos look good!

Gabi said...

Tantalizing ...I'll come back around!

Claire said...

This is so pretty...I just love the "slashes."

countrygirlcityliving said...

Great looking breads! And I especially like your emphasis on local eating, I share your sentiment =)

Dharm said...

The pics look just great. Cant wait to read the post!

Bruno said...

Nice looking bread Dolores! I used Yukon Gold potatoes too because I love their flavor.

Kevin said...

Nice looking bread, especially the sandwich.

glamah16 said...

It looks very good. Cant wait to reas the deatils.

Kelly-Jane said...

Looking good so far... :)

Christina said...

Lovely pictures!

Christina ~ She Runs, She Eats

Quellia said...

looking forward to the story to go with the great pictures.

creampuff said...

Glad you were able to make the bread!

cookworm said...

Nice looking breads, good job :)