Post Fair Roundup

15 09 2010
Ribbons

Fresh baked ribbons

I submitted six different breads to the LA County Fair this year, most if not all of which I’ve posted previously on my blog. I’d heard from someone who works for my parents that I’d gotten two third place ribbons and one second place ribbon, and my ribbons arrived in the mail today so I can confirm the results. The Whole Wheat Panmarino and Pain de Campagne both received third place ribbons while my Cinnamon Swirl Walnut and Raisin bread received a second place ribbon. I did better than I expected, but not as well as I’d hoped of course! I’ll have to go back next year and come home with at least one first place. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to make it to the fair while the breads were still up to see my competition, so I’ll just have to guess. So, as said I think I’ve posted these before but here they are again celebration of the results at the fair!
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Sourdough Wheat Panmarino

9 08 2010

Sourdough Panmarino

Sliced Panmarino


I’ve made panmarino before using Peter Reinhart’s recipe from Bread Baker’s Apprentice, this time I kept the concept the same and used my own recipe. I’m submitting some breads to the LA County fair this year and was looking for something interesting to make in the whole wheat category, and the panmarino seemed like a good choice. It also seemed like it would be a good bread for a hike, two birds with one stone! I should also note, I bumped the salt content up slightly for the hike, I’d suggest .4 or .5 of an ounce instead of the .6 of an ounce. It tastes good with the .6 though it may be a bit salt for some peoples’ taste, however that salt tastes yummy on a sweat inducing 7 hour hike!
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