Now THAT is something I never get enough of! Yum! Happy week!...hugs...Debbie
Is that sea salt on the crust? - yes it is!Be still my heart....
Now there's a lovely sight! My husband would count that photo as a work of art :)
looks yummy, perfect for my breakfast.
This picture brings back memories for me! Every Wednesday my mother would go to the Italian bakery and pick up around 3 loaves of the best bread ever and then get a bunch of cold cuts and this was our dinner. Love this picture!
They look so good!
I imagine they smelled wonderful, nothing quite like the aroma of freshly baked bread.
I got all excited seeing the post title, I thought you had taken up bread baking! They sure do look yummy...
I love the arrangement, it looks like a fan! Hmmm, I could smell the sweet scent!
That is the most beautiful scene in the world.
Those breads look good. I can almost smell the aroma of fresh-baked bread in that image.
Aromatic experience for sure.
I can smell it from here Carol!
Pick me up one or two, please. Yum.
The smell of fresh bread just can't be beat!
Does it get any better than fresh breads...I think not. Great Wordless Wednesday theme/photo.Velva
I love bread fresh from the oven. Too bad we eat stored bought bread most of the time.
I can almost smell them hmmm :-)Have a great WW!, thanks for stopping by and linking up ;-)
Nothing beats fresh bread. :)
There is nothing better than fresh bread slathered in butter... YUM!
Beautiful, although I admit that I still have a little uneasiness about walking around with bread that's exposed to the air. I guess it's my Wonder Bread childhood.
Bread is a fundamental food for humans and this pictures sure proves why!
Bread is the best of all foodie words!
Now that looks great. Just bring on the soup. Blessings
Love fresh bread! We've got a breadmaker and I use it all the time.
You always have the most fantastic WW photos! This one is no exception!
I love fresh baked bread. looks yummy.
I say sesame seed, not salt?There used to be a place in Huntington, Dan's where they baked it fresh, just bread, that's all they sold. Every hour it came out of the oven. My mom would send us over and my sister and I would buy and extra one to eat some of it fresh and warm on the way home. The aroma was heavenly!
always the season to eat it, but now is the season to bake it for me. Craft shows are over till March and it is cold outside.
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