This last month was very exciting while, as hostess for the first time for Bread Baking Day, I received your delicious breads, pizzas, focaccias, ciapatta, grissini and panini. All with a very Italian look and flavour, and each one more appealing than the other!
We end up with sixteen participations from Germany, Iceland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, United States of America and Brazil, that certainly you will find easy to bake at your home.
I would like, once more, to thank every one for this wonderful experience, and for the amazing work you have done. You are all to congratulate!
This May, Bread Baking Day #50 will be hosted by Sandra of from Snuggs Kitchen that tomorrow will make the announcement and will disclose a new baking challenge.
And now, lets travel to Italy and indulge ourselves with all these breads and pizzas...
From Dortmund, in Germany, Mercedes Busch - from the blog Backeifer - Baked a Focaccia With Tomato and Olives. Delicious!
From Seeheim, in Germany, Sandra Guril posted on her blog From Snuggs Kitchen, a wonderful Pizza with Goat Cheese.
From Iceland, the Portuguese blogger Pami posted on her Receitas do Menu Verde, a beautiful Ciabatta a la Pami.
Right from Nashville, Tenessee, in the United States, Alisa from the blog Easier than Pie, baked some crunchy Sesame Grissini.
Bella Kirschfrau, from Sachsen in Germany, baked and posted on her blog Kirschfrau this delicious Pizza with her name.
From Portugal, Mané posted on her blog O Bolo da Tia Rosa, this mouthwatering Bacon and Banana Pizza.
Also from Portugal, came this original Buckeheat Focaccia With Tomato and Rosemary, baked by Ginja from the blog Ananás e Hortelã.
From West Virginia, in the United States of America, Jenni from the blog The Gingered Whisk, baked us this lovely Sourdough Ciabatta.
From Coimbra, in Portugal, Vera Ferraz posted on her blog Hoje para Jantar, this tasty Focaccia with Green Olives and Rosemary.
From Andalucia, in Spain, Zorra, the mentor of Bread Baking Day, posted on her blog Kochtopf, these charming Panini Allolio.
Palmira, baked and posted on her Spanish blog Come Conmigo el Blog the Palmira, this delicious Wheat Semolina Bread.
From Lake Garda, in Italy, Cinzia show us in her blog Cindystar, this easy to bake and eat No-knead Pizza.
From Ventura, California, in the United States, Judy posted on her Judy's Gross Eats, these beautiful Italian Whole Wheat Sage Breads.
From Atlanta, in the United States, Cathy Warner baked for her blog Bread Experience, this original Einkorn and Olive Oil Pizza Dough.
From Brazil, I posted on Cravo e Canela these crunchy Four Flavours Grissini.
Thank you, once again, for all those lovely recipes!
If you sent in your bread or pizza and do not see it listed here please let me know in the comments. Your email might have gotten lost – I will contact you for your details and add your entry as soon as possible!