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January 17, 2008



Mmmmmm, this looks so yummy! I've baked a filled foccacia a couple of days ago and everybody loved it. I'll have to try these lovely recipe. :)


oooh! i totally want to try this! bread is my downfall, my greatest food love. thanks for posting the link to the Northern Indian Breads tutorial. i love new internet reading material.


I have a passion for flatbreads - this one looks amazing. Do you happen to have a recipe for Lebanese flatbread - my absolute favourite.


Oooh. Indian bread that doesn't require me to muck about with yeast? I am definitely trying this. :)


oh gosh, YUM. these look amazing. and i love that there's no yeast! for some reason, even after baking bread at least a dozen times, i'm still a little scared of yeast recipes (and they take sooooo long!). i am definitely going to make this! and i'll look at the tutorial -- hopefully my stuffed-flatbread-making skills will improve!


Oh this is awesome -- one of my faves at Indian restaurants. Gotta try it!!!


I'm taking the next train to New York. Just see if I don't.


Yaay! Bookmarked. (Hee, I love that you said "threatened" to move in with you.) I have never tried Naan... or a lot of Indian/Middle Eastern food... (ugh, one of these days I will have to eat separately from my family... We have one wet blanket of a family friend who always tags along and is always scared of new things...)

Thank God our local "Bread Talk" carries Naan. Will give it a shot first.


I cook A LOT of Indian. Bread is next on the list. These are "almost" too beautiful to eat. ; )


This looks amazing, Ann! You've also been tagged!
Here are the rules:
1. Link to your tagger and post these rules on your blog.
2. Share 5 facts about yourself on your blog, some random, some weird.
3. Tag 5 people at the end of your post by leaving their names as well as links to their blogs.
4. Let them know they are tagged by leaving a comment on their blog


Another drool-worthy photo!


Wonderful recipe for our favorite "dipping bread." Especially delicious with steamed mussels in a rich garlic butter sauce.

"Store bought" naan is ALWAYS a disappointment.

Thanks for the great method and the super photo.


Suzana, do try it, but coordinate things so that you're eating it hot out of the oven-- they're at their best that way!

frenchtart, let me know how it goes!

Giz, I'll be posting about Lebanese Flatbread in the near future...

Adele, it's very yum... do try it!

katy, those eGullet tutorials are wonderful. I always check there when I am trying something new to see if they've got a post or tutorial with ste-by-step instructions.

Chris, I hope you do give it a try. it was surprisingly easy.

karyn, empty threats... :-)

Manggy, if you do try it I'd really like to know what you think.

Susan, you won't think that after the first bite!

annechovie, thanks for the tag. I'm going to pass this one on to Jack, as I did one very similar to it last month. :-)

JEP, you're too kind. :-)

DocChuck, thanks for dropping by and for the nice compliments.


My husband had me make this bread from a tube of refigerator biscuits and it came out very light and flaky. Onions give him gas, so I omitted them.


A woman with a few personal problems, "chiffOnade" is fantasizing about being "mrsdocchuck" again. Blog operator should check and report chiffOnade's proxy-server IP address to eliminate such drivel.

Louise ("chiffonade") posts all over the food blogs attempting to disrupt them and their respondents. She uses a "proxy server" to avoid further harassment lawsuits after being prosecuted in Brooklyn, NY.


My husband owns several successful offshore proxy servers, serving proxies throughout The Orient and South America.

He will be traveling to Peru soon to serve some more!


Your breads look amazing! I've never attempted a pita-like bread but have been very intrigued by them.

As you can see, you've been accosted by the Doc Chuck Contingent including Mrs. Doc Chuck and all the little Doc Chucklets. He's a professional TROLL who seems to need to attack people online - this week it's me. He has spread his venom all over the place, trying (in vain, I might add) to destroy my culinary reputation. I've had to clean up messes like the post dated January 25 by Doc Chuck. Doc Chuck has been arrested for online harassment of members of the Baxter Bulletin staff.

As you can see in the post dated January 25 by Mrs. Doc Chuck, he has embraced the "Semi-Homemade" lifestyle and this is one of the reasons he targets me. I am very vocal against the crap food pushed by the likes of Sandra Lee (who's got tube dough running in her veins). Doc Chuck uses several personas including that of his wife, Elizabeth.

If you ever want to actually contact me, please feel free to e-mail me at chiffonade@hotmail.com.

Keep cooking real food - there is nothing like it!


Chiffonade of 2/4/2008 is correct. DocChuck and all the little Chuckies are trolls. He is a rascist troll and a horrid little man. You can learn more about him here, and then THINK TWICE before you allow him to post on your web blog.

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