Sunday, 20 January 2013

Tessellating Rolls

 I'm back with my baking challenge...


 This time page 62 and the "Ale Bread Rolls"


Which I declare a success (although I wouldn't leave them in the oven quite so long next time)


It could just be the mathematician in me, but I rather like the idea of tessellating rolls!


And they did go very well with the celeriac and mustard soup.


Okay... that is three posts in a row about food. I promise I will not show any more food until I've done some stitching to share... or maybe some knitting?

17 comments:

  1. They look amazing! So does the Celeriac and Mustard Soup - is there a recipe online?
    Thanks, Claire

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  2. The bread looks wonderful. HOpe you are keeping warm. :)

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  3. I love his book, the cob loaf is so easy. I'm baking one every week. The rolls look lovely I was looking at those on friday, but wasn't sure Dave would appreciate his beer being used in bread, but maybe next time I'll give them a go. The soup looks lovely too, feeling peckish now and I've only just eaten a roast dinner!

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  4. Delicious! Was that Nigel Slater's soup minus the bacon?

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  5. Another lovely Sunday lunch at Fan My Flame HQ! :)
    V xxx

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  6. How beautiful - they look positively snow sprinkled and very even in size - Mr Hollywood himself would be impressed I'm sure!

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  7. You can keep your rolls, I rather like the idea of Mr Hollywood.

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  8. they are crying out to be eaten Gina. and the soup combinations sounds very interesting

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  9. They look delicious! As does the soup! Xxx

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  10. Yesterday I made the ciabatta from the book and they were delicious

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  11. They look so yummy. Thge marmalade in yesterday's post looks pretty good too - blogger wouldn't let me in to comment yesterday, hope this goes through today. I couldn't post my blog yesterday either, you keep warm over there. Cheers

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  12. Oooh, but we love food LOL. Those rolls look delicious -- especially with the soup. Perfect for our fffffreezing weather!

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  13. The rolls look yummy and remind me of hexagon patchwork!

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  14. I like the sound of celeriac and mustard soup! Could you please undo your promise not to blog more food and let us know the recipe? And your rolls look delicious! Lucy xx

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  15. Well, I absolutely had to go look at tessellating .... never heard the word before .... thanks ..one more for scrabble ...hahahha....

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  16. All that baking looked great - you have a very lucky family - and the homemade marmalade from the previous post yum.

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  17. Your bread rolls look amazing Gina! And the tesselation is very pleasing, the soup looks good too and judging by the comments we're all quite happy with you blogging about food, though knitting and stitching are always a hit too!

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