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October 16, 2012



It's absolutely beautiful! I love that you can take a basic bread recipe and twist and tweak it and it turns out fabulous no matter what.


Wow, too nice to eat! Love your painting. Thank you for baking for Word Bread Day . Hope you will join us next year again!


Thank you both!

ann roberts

need more info re the coloring paste - I have looked for it but cannot find paste - just gel coloring. thank you, ann roberts

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