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    white whole wheat with carraway seeds, braided and stuffed (feta, turkey, artichoke, black olives)

    thanks for the idea and instructions, jen! it was great. though next time i am going to seriously stuff it full. i thought i was adding a ton inside but it cooked down to just a thin layer. still yummy :)

    clowerbrown, molly | roots + wings, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. varenia 117 months ago | reply

      this sounds {and looks} delicious!

    2. Katie...C 117 months ago | reply

      I am so impressed!!!

    3. lifeonflower 117 months ago | reply

      Wow! What a great thing to do with leftover turkey. Looks like a magazine shot. seriously.

    4. clowerbrown 117 months ago | reply

      You're very welcome! I do believe your braid came out better than mine!

    5. .j.e.n.n.y. 117 months ago | reply

      Thanks!! It was fun to make--and Jen, my braid only looked good on this one little piece (thank goodness for cropping!). I had a really hard time trying to figure out how to work in the ends. Any suggestions?

    6. clowerbrown 117 months ago | reply

      I know what you mean - it took me a while when I first learned to do this too. The key for me was making smaller snips in the dough toward the ends, which creates more of a torpedo shape when you braid everything up. The other key is to try to braid all the way to both ends without leaving a flap of dough that you have to find a home for. It all just takes practice,

      Believe it or not, the bread photo I posted was the first bread of this type that I've made in about 13 years! It's like learning to ride a bike, as they say.

    7. mom_tck 116 months ago | reply

      I'm dreaming of using my Thanksgiving leftovers for this!

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    9. oat.silt.pony. 51 months ago | reply

      it's so beautiful! just checking out your bread set today, jenny ...

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