Mix up flour, salt, yeast, water. The next afternoon flip it onto a floury cloth. A couple of hours later bake it in your bread oven aka large pot (I use the Lodge 10-Quart Deep Camp Dutch Oven that I scored for $12.50 at a garage sale last weekend.)
It is crunchy on the outside and pleasantly chewy on the inside. I make it almost every evening for the next night's dinner. Not only is it delicious, it makes the house smell wonderful.
Even if you have never-ever made bread, do try this one. The recipe is linked to my other post on this topic.
Does cast-iron care intimidate you? Cast Iron 101 has been posted over at P e a r l s.
:: this post is included in the Carnival of Food Photography hosted at Bucky's Barbecue and Bread Blog
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