Homemade Everything Bread

On my adventure to the soon to closed Cost Plus World Market in our area, I found this

Hmmm, “& More” eh?  Let’s try it on homemade Bread.

I started out by making King Arthur Flour’s recipe for No Knead Bread.

I think that I’ve made this recipe a coupla times now, it’s easy and delicious.  I like to park the dough in the `fridge for 4-5 days to develop flavor.

 

I wanted to share a loaf with each of my Neighborhood Gal Pal’s to see what they thought of this version.

I have a Bakers Stone that lives permanently in my oven for Pizza, so why not Bread too?  Best to bake the Bread in twos.

Oh so pretty! But what about the taste?

Meh, neither DH nor I were fans.  The Gal Pals and their hubbies all liked it!

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2 thoughts on “Homemade Everything Bread

  1. Gwen Walter September 7, 2020 at 8:14 am Reply

    LOL… any FREE food I get is ALWAYS delish! unless they specifically ask for input.

    My gift receivers pretty much know to give their personal taste review. Otherwise they might get that yucky dish again and again!

    What was wrong with the spice? Not salty enough? bacony enough? oniony enough? Those are the flavours I think of for bagel flavours.

    • auntiedoni September 7, 2020 at 10:26 am Reply

      Aloha dragn aka Gwen, so nice of you to stop in to chat!
      I think that DH & I didn’t care too much for the spice blend may be that
      the oven is screamin’ hot and made the spice unappealing, almost brunt if you will.
      Because of our elevation, KAF recommends for this recipe the oven be preheated to 475°.
      I do enjoy the Everything Bagel, but just not on this Bread.
      Come to think of it, DH really doesn’t like an Everything Bagel, he likes just plain. 🙄

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