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May 30, 2010


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I could really go for one of those right now! I can't wait for the topping ideas..

sassy molassy

These do look good. They actually remind me of Dr. Kracker crackers I picked up a month or so ago, which were incredibly good with the cheddar cheese baked on top. However, they were pretty pricey so I'm not sure I would get them again.


Hi Siri! I discovered your blog a few weeks ago and have been reading it with joy - so my heart sank a little to read that you might be changing it. But it also beat a little faster with excitement: I love baking and baked goods and reading about baking, but I don't have much of a sweet tooth (and also am vain enough not to want to produce piles of cookies and muffins every weekend, knowing that I would eat nearly all of them!). In fact I actually discovered The Transplanted Baker by searching for a recipe a friend of my mum's makes, Lazy Woman's Bread, and coming across your Lazy Man's Bread: - which I am really looking forward to trying! These knekkebrød look fantastic; thank you for sharing the recipe. And keep up the savoury good work, but you will include a pie or two now and then, won't you? ;)


Philippa- A pie or two (or three) are definitely on the summer baking schedule, so don't you worry. The Lazy Man's Bread (aka: Norwegian mountain bread) is perfect when you want something wholesome and good but don't feel like spending an entire Saturday making it. I'll glad you've been enjoying reading the blog, I'll try not to disappoint you but making too many sweet things in the weeks to come. -SiRi

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