If you’ve ever been to one of those fabulous botanical gardens devoted exclusively to roses then you’ll understand what joy it is to gather all my Buddy Roses in one place. Just as the perfume in a rose garden is heady, so are the Russian Rose Braids heady in my kitchen.
Thank you each for baking with us and producing such gorgeous breads and the matching perfume!
Sandie blogging at Crumbs of Love
Connie’s Russian Rose blogging at MyDiscoveryOfBread
Ayalon blogging at giladayalonvegan It’s vegan! but know it needs translation.
Kelly @ A Messy Kitchen
Kathy @ BreadExperienc
Jamie blogging at Life’s A Feast
Karen blogging at Kitchen Stories
Judy blogging at Judy’s Gross Eats
Claires blogging at ClairesBaking
Carola blogging at Sweet & That’s It
Aparna Blogging at MyDiverseKitchen
Barbara blogging at Barbara Bakes
I can’t seem to get a download of the loaf but follow the link below for a very rare rose
I really have tried but please if I missed any Buddy, let me know and I’ll add you in to this round-up.
If you fear this bread because it’s beauty looks intimidating, I suggest you consider how much everyone who baked this loves the shape. Several of us have baked sweet and savory versions and have plans for many more. Lastly, consider how similar these loaves appear. Usually our loaves can vary wildly in appearance as well as taste. This shaping technique is remarkable in it’s ease of execution and the consistency of results.