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im drooling, this looks fantastic. i feel better ,thanks for ask!
Well, this answers the age-old question- can you possibly improve on a focaccia? Why, yes you can, with some scrumptious potatoes on top! You know I’m adding this one to the list, Emmy, thanks for the recipe.
Oh I love free food too! As an undergraduate, I quickly became a master at scoring free food everywhere I went, and it’s a skill that’s stuck with me, I guess! =)
Ooooh! Very pretty. 🙂 I used to make a very similar Rosemary Foccaica. Just wondering, was the bread under the potatoes slimey and undercooked?
Mmm. Yum! That looks fantastic!
That looks really good! Heehee… “Paul Hollywood”…sounds like a movie star ;o)
Thanks for all the great comments everyone 😀
Bazu, that’s a great skill to have. When we go to Trader Joes and Whole Foods, Rob always is the first to seek out the vegan free samples. We took my grandma to Whole Foods once and she just followed Rob around because he knew where all the samples were! LOL
Ruthie, nope, the bread was softer under the potatoes but it was fully cooked and not slimy at all. I was curious to see how the bread would turn out because I was afraid that might happen.
Aurora’s Mom, I’m with you, his name does sound like a movie star.
you made bread! oh it looks wonderful.
That looks beautiful! I love potatoes! 🙂
mmmm carby! This bread looks fantastic. Sounds like a fun cookbook challenge, too.
That bread is gorgeous
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