Tuesday, June 5, 2012

He Comes Bearing Na'an



Welcome to June's Tuesdays with Dorie post, where I test out many of the recipes in Baking with Julia with dozens of other bloggers! I've been rather behind in blogging after the death of my sweet Grandfather and many other life events which I will share with you in a second post later tonight (nothing like catching up!) but for now, here's a look at Oasis Na'an straight from the book!

If you're looking for a simple na'an that requires few steps and is super easy to work with, look no further. I made this in our little garage apartment which is our residence for the next week while we play the Bach Festival in Victoria, TX. Greg even took some to our hosts in the big house! With just a few ingredients and utensils, you'll end up with quite a tasty treat.

You can find the link to the recipe here! Tune in later tonight for the wedding cake post!



9 comments:

  1. Anna, sorry to hear about your grandfather. But it is nice to "see" you again and your naan looks wonderful and you made this while you were away from home - it is nice that despite all that is going on you found the time to post.

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  2. I loved the simplicity of the recipe and it seems like it was a good one for you this week given the small kitchen. The naan looks like it turned out wonderfully.

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  3. I am so sorry to hear about your grandfather. It is so hard to loose someone you love. I am glad you had an opportunity to share some of the food, I think it is the best way to share who you are. I will read more of your blog to find out what the other life events are!

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  4. So sorry to hear about your grandpa!

    Your naan looks delicious. :)

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  5. Your naan looks so delicious. And, sorry to hear about your grandfather.

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  6. That's dedication! Looks great. Sorry to hear of your grandfather's passing.

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  7. Sorry to hear about you grandpa.
    Wonderful and delicious looking naan!

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  8. good for you baking in a strange kitchen! I'm doing the same this month.

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  9. So sorry to hear about your loss.
    Your naan look lovely

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