Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Josh's Even Lazier Than Making No Knead Bread



You may recall that I met Brent (pictured), Josh and Josh's parents at Harvest Fest in Sharon Springs, NY. Tonight, a large group of us are making "Josh's Even Lazier Than No-Knead" Bread and later this week, we will be posting our reviews on the Fabulous Beekman Boys Facebook page. Stop by my blog next week, and I will give you an update on the bread I made.

****BREAD UPDATE 4/1/13****
I have made this bread several times, and it is worth the time and effort. Give it a try. I think you will be very pleased. 

I just spent five minutes preparing my bread dough, and thought I would post this for anyone interested. You can find the recipe on their website here. Beekman 1802

I am joining Foodie Friday at Rattlebridge Farm with this post. Thank you for stopping by!
Debbie@Mountain Breaths
Debbie@Mountain Breaths

Hello, I'm Debbie.I enjoy hiking, kayaking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the Adirondack Mountains (thus Mountain Breaths). I live in Upstate NY with my supportive husband and have three precious sons..

23 comments:

  1. I can't wait to try their rendition of a great recipe and I can't wait to see how yours turned out. I won't tell Joe but the two of you look really cute together :)

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    1. Susan, I think we are safe. Joe rarely reads my blog. What's up with that? LOL

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  2. Interesting...can't wait for your opinion.

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  3. Hmmmm very interesting, Debbie and I look forward to the rest of the story. How fun to meet Brent and enjoy a foodie field trip. xo

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    1. Brent and Josh are such friendly guys! A lot of fun too.

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  4. I am definitely trying this...as soon as I buy some yeast!!! My husband has been wanting me to buy a bread machine but I don't want another appliance to store!! Thanks for sharing with us!

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    1. I refuse to buy a bread machine ;o) This is so easy, but you need to make the dough the day before so it requires a little planning.

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  5. I am just way too scared to try making bread on my own! I have tried and tried and tried, but every single time it comes up as a lump. My only salvation is the bread machine my husband bought for me. I don't think I've used it in at least 10 years, though! I need to get on the stick!!! Maybe when my sister comes to town I can get brave enough to try this recipe under her watchful eye. She's very good at breadmaking. I'm the schlep of the family! :-) Have a beautiful day, Debbie!

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    1. Alycia, queen of tables....you can do this. Have a loaf ready for your sister when she arrives ;o)

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  6. What a great picture. Meeting Brent ,how special. I used to make quite abit of bread when my children were young. Thank you for sharing this recipe. I might even try it....XO Linda

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    1. Linda, you should try it. I don't like to clean up messes, and this is just my style. I don't eat much bread, so when I do make it, I don't want to spend all day in the kitchen just to eat one slice. Go for it! xo

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  7. Looks good. I am not a bread maker. This might change my thinking.:-)

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  8. I want to know how your bread turns out. This is *very* interesting!

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  9. Debbie, you look sooo fab! I am intrigued by this type of bread. I do like to make bread. There is nothing better than out of the oven bread. Will be tuning back in! Joni

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    1. Joni, I don't enjoy making bread either. I don't like the mess! This one was "messless" which is perfect for me. I'll post a review next week.

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  10. Debbie, is it possible you could be growing in reverse?
    Keep this up and you'll probably be graduating from H.S. by this time next year.

    The bread looks wonderful!

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  11. Debbie, is it possible for people to grow old in reverse?
    Keep this up and you should be graduating from HS by this time next year.

    The bread looks great! I can almost smell it from here

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  12. Sol, you crack me up! I've missed you and was thrilled to see your recent blog post. Our favorite recipe for muffins EVER is your recipe for "Duffins". That's what we have named them ;o)

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  13. Okay Debbie, how did it turn out? This looks like a great recipe for those days when you just don't have a lot of time . . . but want something wonderful on the table, and what is better than homemade bread?

    I am delighted that I inspired you to start journaling again and I can not wait to see your next post :)
    Have fun . . . my creative sister.
    Connie :)

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    1. Connie, it turned out very good. I never have time (ha ha), so this worked out well for us. I hope you give it a try.

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