Quarantine trend: Baking bread

Description

Image of a fresh-baked loaf of bread on a cooling rack, next to an orange dutch oven.

Coverage

We had only been working from home for a few days when I took this photo, but I was already deep into the bread-baking phase of quarantine. This "no-kneed dutch oven loaf" is a popular recipe among novice bread makers (myself included), both because it's extremely easy to make and because working from home accommodates the dough's long rise time. I baked several more loaves during the first few weeks of quarantine but lost interest by mid-April.

Creator

Mackenzie Dunn

Publisher

Springfield College

Contributor

Mackenzie Dunn

Language

English

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Image

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Quarantine-bread-baking-March-2020.JPG

Citation

Mackenzie Dunn, “Quarantine trend: Baking bread,” Springfield College COVID-19 Experience, accessed February 1, 2023, https://sccovid19.omeka.net/items/show/165.

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