Sunday, July 3, 2011

Roundup Bread Baking Day #41; the 4th Anniversary.

Here is the roundup of  BBD#41. It's the fourth anniversary of this Blog event. Many delicious breads, recipes and idea's were shared in these past four year.
First of all we all like to thank Zorra for this great event; it brings artisan home bakers together and helps to experiment even more. What is more fun than sharing and learning from each other. Personally I like to thank Zorra for letting me host this event; It is fun and I hope I can do it again one day. 
The next person I would like to thank is Peter, my husband. Just when all the entries were filling my mailbox and with the round up in sight, I had an infection in my right hand. The doctor advised to choose between baking and using the computer. Peter suggested he would do the typing for the roundup so I could keep on baking. 
And of course we like to thank all artisan bakers who joined this event. 

This month there are 20 breads with herb. Nowadays you can find rosemary, thyme and basil everywhere in the world. These became local herbs all around our globe. The bakers made  great combinations; beside delicious herbs some used beer, another one made a delicious pizza, there is mustard, lemon, curry leaves and tomatoes and bread snacks, and.... many more 
Do have a look at all entries. Please leave a comment at your visit; all artisan bread bakers love comments especially when they are nice or helpful!
From Lexington, KY  USA, 
Melanie Corley of Mel's Home Baking Adventures 

From Austria, 
Lisa of Lisa's Kochfieber  
made a crusty bread with "Schabziger Klee" (Blue Fenugreek)

From Andalucia, Spain

From London, UK
Daily Bread of Bread Per Diem participated for the first time and

From São Paulo, Brazil
made Pão de Alecrim (Rosemary Bread)

From Vienna, Austria

From Mönchengladbach in the west of Germany
Heidi of the new blog Gaumenkitzler 
participates for the first time. She made 

From Texas, USA
made Khara buns (Savory buns with herbs and spice) 

From Barcelona, Spain
Palmira of Come Conmigo 

From Malmö, Sweden
Ana of Anasbageri (Ana´s bakery in Swedish)

From Italy
Cinzia from Cindystar, Italy.

From Madrid, Spain
Olga of Cocinanco con Kisa
made Pan de Mostaza y Eneldo (bread with mustard dill) 

From Ventura, California, USA
Judy of Judy's Gross Eats 

From Engelskirchen, Germany
Stefanie of Hefe und mehr
made Kräuter-Fächer (Herb Fan Rolls)

From The Netherlands

From Paraisópolis, Brazil 

From BrusselsBelgium
Fabrice of fab·food·blog

From Thailand

We hoped you enjoyed these creative and delicious entries.  
We did! Thank you all!

Palmira of Come Conmigo  will be the host of July: BBD #42. Visit her Blog and join us next month.


  1. Hi Connie how many people participated in the event, has made me very excited to participate and watch as various bread recipes, thank you very much for everything really
    thousand besossssss

  2. What a lovely round up of herb infused breads. Thanks for hosting!

  3. Connie, thanks for the wonderful roundup of different varieties of bread. I love to try all of them.

  4. Connie, I have to confess that all the breads made me want to rush to the kitchen to try the recipes! They look so delicious and beautiful! Thanks for the round up so fast! Thank you Peter!

  5. All the breads sound delicious. Which to make first?

  6. Thanks Connie for this wonderful round up ! It's really difficult to choose which bread to bake next week end ;O)
    I'm so glad you enjoy the hosting, I'm waiting for my turn!

  7. amazing celebration for the 4th anniversary!
    congratulations to all bakers, great breads from all over the world!
    I am so glad, more and more, to be part of this wonderful BBD!!!
    thanks again, Connie, for hosting!