Most of the time, we don’t want things to crack. When it comes to artisan bread, the more cracked the crust, the better. My brother gave me the recipe for this delicious loaf, and it has become the most requested item from my kitchen. It’s pretty easy to make, you just need a dutch oven that will fit in your oven. I use a smaller enameled one I got at Sam’s Club, but my brother uses a standard camping one.
Here’s the recipe: The Best No-Knead Bread
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38 thoughts on “A Photo a Week Challenge: Cracked”
I am doing my bread for several years now. I have to try yours.
Looks delicious 😍
It is delicious. I reduce the amount of salt because I like it a little less salty. The recipe is so easy to make.
Yummy yummy 😀
It is sooooo good. 😊
That looks delicious.. I can almost smell it.. 😉
Right out of the oven, it smells fantastic.
This one looks scrumptious. Took the liberty to make “cracked” in “Cracks” on wood. Have a great weekend, Jesh
Cracked ice at sunrise:
That bread does look really good!
I love bread and this looks delicious, Nancy.
Thanks. Try the recipe. It’s easy.
I definitely plan to try your recipe! You had me at “no-knead” bread!
Let me know what you think.
Thanks for your inspiration. I captured a few images based on “cracked,” and I’d appreciate any critique/feedback.
A savory subject this week. Thanks.
I didn’t have anything in my collection to contribute, but I loved the recipe and saved it 😀
I’m so glad!
A bit last minute, but when I edited this photo the other day, cracked came to mind:https://wp.me/pbPd2C-6M