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Old 04-24-2010, 10:52 AM   #1
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Smoked french bread

I've done this a few times, it is somewhat fun and so easy(used the wifes bread machine).

I measure the water(even the temp) and the flour, but the rest is eyeballed. Just a simple bread machine french bread dough; water, flour, surgar(I use honey), salt, and yeast. I also add basil, granulated garlic, and that italian seasoning shake.

After the woman, er I mean bread machine, does the work, make a loaf or two(of bread, no time for that "duty" now) and let rise for an hr or so.

Get the smoker ready, and smoke at about 300* w/mesquite(pellet smoker). Takes 45min or so, take it off when it looks good or ya get too hungry.

Rest and slice.

Here is an old pic. It really is good, and so easy.


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Old 04-24-2010, 11:31 AM   #2
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It sounds wonderful. My gang go through a loaf each Sunday. Thanks for sharing.
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