Welcome to the 18th HBinFive Bread Braid

by Michelle on August 31, 2010

I am feeling so much better and am beginning to have more good days then bad! YES…YES…YES! And a huge thank you to everyone for bearing with me. I so appreciate it!

Since I am feeling so much better, I did complete two breads, one was our assigned Zucchini Flatbread. We do not like Cumin or Turmeric so instead of making the Msemmen (Algerian Flatbread), I made a another Whole Wheat Focaccia topped with Green and Red Grapes, Rosemary and Course Salt. But I took the photos a few days ago and now I can’t find them! I’m pretty sure I downloaded the photos to my computer on Sunday night and now they are no where to be found. My Grape Focaccia looked similar to this.

The Zucchini Flatbread topping smelled so good and it smelled even better while it was baking. Yummy…Yum…Yum! I loved this bread but it became rather soggy the next day. Did this happen to anyone else? I think the Zucchini Flatbread would have been better if I had grilled it first and then topped it with the Zucchini, Onion mixture.





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  • nancy August 31, 2010 at 5:24 pm

    Looks very yummy!!! Glad your doing better……….

  • Joanne August 31, 2010 at 6:50 pm

    I’m so glad you’re feeling better chica! that’s what I like to hear! That zucchini flatbread looks insanely delicious! I need to get my butt in the bread baking kitchen!

  • Cathy (breadexperience) August 31, 2010 at 9:13 pm

    I’m so glad you’re feeling better Michelle. I loved the breads this time. I made all of them but have only had the chance to post about the Msemmen. The zucchini flatbread was great. Hope to post about it soon. I made the whole wheat bread with spelt. Delicious!

  • Guff né Old Pop August 31, 2010 at 10:29 pm

    I too am glad you are feeling better. You are, after all, our sensei, not to mention the wind beneath our wings. I had no trouble with the zucchini bread being soggy the next day–it did not last the night.

  • Carolyn In Oz September 1, 2010 at 2:28 am

    Oooops somehow mine is entered twice. Shut your eyes at my blog as I have already finished the 19th Braid.

  • nancy September 1, 2010 at 8:38 am

    Weird………I commented on this last night and not here!!! Anyway glad you are feeling better…………..and your bread looks great…………..YUMMY!

  • Judy September 2, 2010 at 7:11 pm

    Really nice flatbread!

    I wish you had all the braids on a tab so we could revisit them later.

    Glad you are feeling better.

  • Judy September 2, 2010 at 7:12 pm

    PS–Would love your comments on that grape focaccia. I just can’t see the combo being tasty. But I know you only eat great food.

  • Tiffany @ No Ordinary Homestead September 3, 2010 at 2:02 pm

    My zucchini flatbread did get a bit soggy the next day, but I popped it in the oven for a few minutes to reheat it and it crisped up nicely again. So maybe you can try that if you make it again. I’m dreaming of making it for an appetizer at a dinner party with maybe a few shrimp from the BBQ and a nice dipping sauce. I’m also planning to throw some garlic and chili flakes in there next time too…give it to oompf. Or maybe mine was just missing the pine nuts…

  • Julie September 4, 2010 at 12:14 am

    That zucchini topping looks great… need to try that next!

  • clarice September 4, 2010 at 8:12 am

    Yes, glad to know you are feeling better. Your flatbread looks delicious. No sogginess on my end, and we had half one night and the other half the next. Maybe there was too much liquid in your zucchini mixture?

  • Melanie September 7, 2010 at 9:25 pm

    I’m glad you’re feeling better too. We didn’t have any leftovers when we made our flatbread “pizza’s”. We were very, very hungry. Hard work! I just read about a foccacia today that PJ Hamel at KAF did a few years back. It sounded very interesting, but good. She baked her grapes in the oven to rid them of moisture and concentrate their sweet flavor and then mixed it into the dough. I will have to try grapes and foccacia. Your flatbread turned out very nice!!

  • Elwood September 11, 2010 at 8:44 am

    So glad you’re feeling better! Your flatbread looks really good. A great way to use zucchini.

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