Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Success

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow! The bread looks beautiful and whatever that is underneath it looks scrumptious too!

Anonymous said...

Wow! The bread looks beautiful and whatever that is underneath it looks scrumptious too!

vv said...

omg.. that picture makes me so hungry...

Anonymous said...

Man, that dip looks delicious. What's in it :)?

Chef John said...

garlic, O oil, herbs, pepper flakes.

Anonymous said...

I could have good bread like that, with dipping oil and make it my dinner, with a nice glass of wine, and be very satisfied! Then again, every once in a while, when the weather is as warm as it's been here, I even like having just chips and salsa for dinner, with a cold beer. Sorry, has anyone mentioned there's a +50 degree difference from SF and where you are? :-/

Uncle Dee said...

Can't wait for the recipe now because I'm sure it's gonna be great and easy.

Gee, people should stop going to culinary schools and just read this site. It's the best culinary textbook ever!

Anonymous said...

Wow! This looks GOOD! Please share the recipe for the bread AND the dip.

Anonymous said...

Cold beer and salsa?
I got stuck in the snow three times today trying to get in and out of my driveway.
Cold beer and salsa indeed.

Anonymous said...

78 in Vacaville yesterday, a cool 69 today.

Chef John said...

it's 5

Anonymous said...

Chef, please elaborate on how the no-knead dough became this awesome looking ciabatta!

Chef John said...

I'm filming that Sunday and it should be up soon after.