Thanksgiving bread making

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    Albie_baking Member

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    I'm challenging myself this thanksgiving and making 3 types of bread: ciabatta rolls , French baguettes and an olive loaf baked in Dutch oven. I started writing the times down on paper cards to keep track of times, since I don't have enough devices to time them all and might get confused. How to you keep track of times on multiple bakes ? Curious minds want to know. Wish me luck! It's my first attempt at the ciabatta bread.

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    IMG_0024.JPG Here ya go !
     
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    Oh wow, those loafs look amazing!! :D Hope you had a great Thanksgiving :)

    Wish I could give you advice on keeping track of multiple loafs but I only tend to do one at a time. However, when I'm cooking something that has multiple components like a roast dinner then I tend to make a master list of timings rather than separate lists for each thing. For example, 5pm put meat in the oven & prepare potatoes, 6pm put potatoes in oven and prepare veg, etc.
     
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