March Review with Breads


On My Blog

Photo Meme:
Back to Ruby for Ruby Tuesday
Flowers in French Synagogue for Ruby Tuesday
Lavender Shop for SOOC
Since 1904 for SOOC

Desert Island MP3

From Paris to Antwerp

Rye Foccacia

When Words Fail Us

The Mysteries of Teenagehood

Busy, Busy


Unusual Parisian School

Elsewhere in the JBlogosphere

Heblish: Plenty more where that came from edition, a language post by Mrs.S.

Light at the end of the tunnel, a heart-warming post by Treppenwitz

ShaareZedekinJapan, a blog

When it’s healthy to get in a pickle, a Jewish Chronicle article

Rayna Eliana reviews Jerusalem Maiden

A Vintage Rant, a post by Frozen Challah

Salads, In the Pink’s readers share their favorite salads

Raritan Avenue Watercolor, Leora shares a beautiful painting

Britain’s Chief Rabbi’s thoughts on the parshah

Pesach made simple(r) and Pesach prep (in detail), two seasonal posts by Shimshonit

The Uri L’Tzedek Food and Justice Haggadah Supplement, essays, insights and action to unite food, social justice, and ethical consumption

Shabbat Shalom!

12 thoughts on “March Review with Breads

  1. Nice that you found the time to do a review! I did all my blogging on Sunday, and the week is already over.

    Love the lemon yellow paint trim next to the challot and rolls. They looks so fresh.

    Thanks for the link, and Shabbat Shalom.

    • In fact I went Pesach shopping in Antwerp – left on Wednesday – and came back only yesterday and relized I had a few more urgent things to do. Yet I felt so worn out (it had rained all day and I got drenched despite the umbrella) that all I had the energy to do was the review. I got up early today and did the rest this morning.

  2. Ohhhhh that bread looks wonderful. I am inspired to make bread today after this post.

    With love from the Southern Hemisphere:-)

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