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Wednesday, December 01, 2010

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Zoë François

You are a blessed man to have so much fabulous bread in your life, and to have such talented, mischievous women to bake for you! xo Zoë

Sally

At TV8, we all know that when Suvir is coming, there will be fun and laughter for sure. Since life is nothing without bread and laughter, Rose's appearance was absolutely wonderful. She's such a natural - very relaxed and of course, knows her stuff inside out. Thanks, Suvir, for continuing to bring such amazing talents to our neck of the woods!

Bonnie

Wonderful video! When I think of baking cakes, I always think of Rose. I did not know about salt killing the action of the yeast or the sounds that bread makes when coming from the oven. Seeing is believing so will have to try. Gotta go find some Guiness in the fridge now...brb

Baking is such an exacting science with accuracy of measuring being paramount. My dear neighbor was a baker for many years and has now retired. I gave her Heavenly cakes for her birthday and have enjoyed tasting the creations from her kitchen. I told her she must make the heavenly whipped cream cake just because it looks fabulous (and she is a far superior baker than I) and I read about it here on Suvir's blog. I just have to find one of those beautiful pans.

Rose, thank you for the inspiration you give so many bakers. You are a mentor to so many!

Anthonysgodfather

Ah Suvir, cleaning up Rose's work space. THAT speaks volumes! LOL xoxo

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