by Heather Schmitt-Gonzalez / Saturday, December 1, 2012
BYOB - #BakeYourOwnBread (Dec.'12)
And now, I look forward to everybody joining us and helping us to fill up our final bread basket. Let's fill it high! I want some lovely holiday breads poking out this month.
1.) Blog about bread. It can be a post about baking bread in any form (yeast, wild yeast, quick breads, flat breads, sweet, savory, loaves, rolls, breadsticks, tortillas, scones, biscuits, crackers, etc.). It could also be a recipe that uses bread in it or as a base (pizza, bread pudding, sandwiches, etc.). Or it could be an informative post, a tutorial or how-to post (such as how to make sourdough, bread baking essentials, favorite products for baking bread, etc.). It could be a review of a book or cookbook having to do with bread. It could be a photo-only post (bread festival, bakery tour, etc.). Anything that inspires us to bake bread at home.
2.) Include a link back to this post or any of the monthly link-up posts (link in my sidebar or at the bottom) OR link to one of the other hosts. As long as there is a link that leads people back to BYOB. You can use a text link or the BYOB button.
3.) Add a link to your post in the current month's BYOB linky/roundup post on any of the hosting blogs. If you are participating in the optional BYOB - Featured Bread Blog, please let us know by dropping me a note in the comments or somehow marking your post.
4.) Please link only posts from the current month.
As always, feel free to tweet any BYOB posts using the hashtag #BakeYourOwnBread. I will be tweeting entries using that hashtag. I've also started a BYOB Pinterest Board to share the love!
I want to send out a big THANK YOU to everybody who has baked bread in their home kitchens this year and added it to our big, virtual bread basket. I've found so many recipes that I want to try...they're sure to take me through a whole 'nother year! Be sure to head over to Roxana's place at the start of 2013 to share all of your inspiring bready creations!
Michiana-based food, drink, and travel writer with a fondness for garlic, freshly baked bread, stinky cheese, single malt Scotch, and Mexican food—who believes that immersing herself in different cultures one bite at a time is the best path to enlightenment.