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November 21, 2006



Bake pies. Sounds like a great trip.


I'm so glad the trip was such a success! It was soooo nice to see you. Happy Thanksgiving!


Sounds like a lovely trip. I was envious - of all three of you - when I heard from Jen that you were meeting her and Julie for dinner.

I started my first loaf of no-knead bread last night; it was developing nice bubbles and a lovely yeasty smell when I left for work this morning. I'll write a post about it soon.

And by the way, pointy bits? Completely acceptable terminology to this architect, who has been known to refer to similar building features as "spikey things."

Happy Thanksgiving, Lindy!


It sounds like you did New York City well! My new 7-qt dutch oven arrived yesterday, and--thanks to your rave reviews of the recipe--my first batch of the no-knead dough has been rising since this morning. Happy Thanksgiving! : )


I wish I had known!! But, it sounds like you hit all my favorites without my help! Glad you discovered the pretzel croissants, but don't talk about them too loudly... I'm happy they're under the radar!! ;-)
Glad our lovely town treated you well!
But, I have to ask, where did you get Persian food? I have to know!


I'm waiting to see the photos and read about your bread, Kimberly, and Farmgirl too. What sort of Dutch Oven did you get, Susan?
I'm thinking I may need a round one-my 4th ovoid loaf is in the oven now...but I'd like to try the 2 hour rising in my round willow banneton, and have a round pot to bake it in. (I am attached to the beehive markings from the basket, and can't see why it wouldn't work with the No Knead bread.)
Ann-The Persian restaurant is called Ravagh, and has 3 locations.We went to the one on E. 30th. Lovely.
I am feeling pretzel croissant withdrawal symptoms... I do think there's no chance, at this point, of keeping them any sort of secret.


I'm so glad you had a good time! It was such a delight to meet you. We simply must do it again, maybe at the cafe at Enrico Biscotti. :)


Sounds like a wonderful trip and wonderful company. In a wonderful city. Good pictures too! It's hard not to love New York, isn't it?


Wow. I pass the Gershwin on my way to work regularly. It really does look like it has horns!

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