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Sunday, May 6, 2018

Brioche Loaves

 Hello everyone,
I have a new hobby lately. I am planning a trip
to Paris, next month and I have been studying
the French language and learning about French cooking.
 I love bread...And I am sure you'll agree that Brioche is pretty popular in
France. I decided to bake two loaves from BAREFOOT IN PARIS
Cookbook. I have made bread for years, and the recipe
directions were clear, and the Brioche was delicious.
Yes, the bread is all gone. Sorry! 
 
 I am excited to taste the Brioche in Paris. Since I made
this bread, I have found two other recipes of Brioche
I would like to try. I do love the egg wash on the top
of the loaves. The bread glistens in the photos.

 I sliced the bread thin and made grilled swiss cheese
sandwiches accompanied with lobster bisque soup and
tossed a green salad.  
 Sunday night is soup and sandwich night.
 Life gets busy with family and an ailing husband. 
I have invited my granddaughters and daughter to
travel with me since I will be having my 77th birthday
next month. I know we will be experiencing new food
and new sights. 
 And making memories.
Thank you for visiting
and I will be back soon
with a Tea Time Tablescape.
Joyously, 
Betty 
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13 comments:

  1. The brioche looks wonderful, Betty and I'm sure you'll find plenty to choose from in Paris during your trip. The Barefoot Contessa is one of my favourite TV programmes and I think I have almost all of her books. Haven't tried the brioche yet though.
    Have a wonderful time and Happy Birthday in advance from me!
    Happy Mosaic Monday.

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  2. Oh my, but the brioche look tasty! Wishing you a wonderful trip and look forward to hear about your adventure!

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  3. One last try on a comment. My first two vanished....love brioche and will give this a try. I like to use brioche for French toast.

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  4. The brioche looks delicious. I'm lucky -- there is a French bistro right across the street from me -- way too convenient. Enjoy your trip. It will be loads of fun with your grand-d's and daughter. Sweet memories in the making. Happy Monday!

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  5. Looks delicious. There is a bakery near where i live. And they have recently started selling brioche. Yes it does have a nice glossy finish. I am not a good bread maker so i dont try any more.

    Happy Monday

    Much­čî╝love

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  6. The brioche looks delicious! What a marvelous time you'll have in France with your daughters and granddaughters. I love making bread, but haven't made brioche for years. This is tempting me.

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  7. Oh, the loaves look scrumptious! I'm going to try brioche. Have a wonderful time in Paris!!!!

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  8. I know that you'll have a marvelous time in Paris...vraiment merveilleuse!! I haven't ever made brioche, but I love it. Several bakeries here in town make it, so I am able to just pick it up when I feel the need for strong coffee and brioche, butter and jam. Mmmmm.

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  9. It looks absolutely delicious! The egg wash on top sure adds the perfect Parisian touch. You'll have a great time on your visit.

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  10. This is on my learn how to make list before the year is out. I love the glistening top and have fun with your girls. Safe travels!!

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  11. Wow what a good looking loaves, I think they are more enjoyable to eat. I can't wait to make it by my own.
    Thanks for sharing such a nice thing.

    Maria@Chriply

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  12. Betty I love brioche and have the same cookbook. You have inspired me to bake this weekend.

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  13. Oh dear Betty I have a good recipe for Brioche too. I make the one with the little ball on top, lol.. Anyway, it's a great bread recipe. Thank you for sharing.
    How exciting you are going to Paris with your daughter and grand for your birthday.
    Have a great trip, I know you will.
    Fabby

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Thanks for your comments as I enjoy reading them.
Betty

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