Hello and welcome again to my blog. Thank you very much for visiting again. Here we are starting a brand-new year. I don't like New Year's celebration that much, I mean, if you think about it every day starts a new year. But anyway it's a new year. My brother was just telling me about an National Geographic TV ad regarding the New Year and it stated that among the world's population only an astounding 35 percent celebrate the New Year on January 1st; the other persons (Jewish, Chinese, Muslims, and others) celebrate the New Year on different dates. Impressive... you bet!! I felt that way when my brother told me. You can watch the ad by visiting the following link "Ni te lo Imaginabas 2007".
Now you're thinking "New Year and fresh bread", what the h** has to do one with the other. I have an answer. For the first day of 2007 I decided to bake some fresh bread. As a foodie I love eating, cooking and baking. This bread took a little time on the making (due to it's 20 hours of repose, I actually began preparing it on 2006) but it was totally worth it. Everyone on my family liked the crispy exterior and the soft, tasty inside. I am definitely be doing this bread a lot.Well thank you again, have a magnificent 2007 and hope you can achieve everything you try.