Two Tone Chocolate Yeast Loaf

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A soft,tender, lightly sweetened two-toned yeast chocolate bread swirled with a layer of orange chiffon cake. Not only is it DELICIOUS, it looks quite pretty when you serve it. They are excellent when toasted and spread with butter or jam for a satisfying breakfast or afternoon snack.
Alternatively, you can replace the cocoa powder with milk powder (or just flour) to prepare a sweet bread dough, then topped with a disc of chocolate flavoured foam cake.

In October, I was the very LUCKY winner of $40 Amazon gift card from Choc Chip Uru - Go Bake Yourself. Uru is a 17-year-old culinary genius and a serious chocolate fan. Please head over to her space and learn more her baking, her fun undercover stories. The cookie stamp and cupcake decorating set I have bought with the gift card have finally arrived this Saturday. Thank you once again, Uru!


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  • 200 g Refined spelt flour
  • 160 All purpose flour
  • 40 g Dutch-Processed cocoa powder
  • 7 g Salt
  • 90 g Brown sugar
  • 8 g Instant dried yeast
  • 190 ml Milk, lukewarm
  • 50 g Butter, cut into pieces
  • 1 Large egg, lightly beaten
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 1 disc 10-inch Chiffon cake
  1. In a large mixing bowl, combine spelt flour, bread flour, cocoa, salt, brown sugar and the instant dried yeast. Blend well.
  2. Warm the milk and butter in a saucepan to about 40C/100F. Lightly beaten the egg and add warm milk mixture and vanilla extract. Whisk together.
  3. Make a well in the center of flour mixture, pour in the liquid mixture. Stir with a dough hook at slow speed for 1 minute. Increase the speed to the medium and continue to knead until smooth, and the dough leaves from sides of the mixing bowl. Add more flour if necessary.
  4. Turn out the dough and shape into a ball. Lightly grease the mixing bowl and return the dough ball into the bowl, turning to grease all sides. Cover and proof the dough in a warm place for about two hours until it doubles in volume.
  5. Knead the dough a few times on a lightly floured work surface, cover and let rest for 5 minutes. Roll out the dough into a large oval shape and top with the chiffon cake. Roll up like a jelly roll, placing the seam side down into a 33-cm loaf pan.
  6. Butter a piece of plastic wrap and place loosely over the dough. Let rise again until doubled in size, about 1 hour. Preheat oven to 180C/350F and place bread in the center of the oven. Bake for about 40 minutes. Let cool for 10 minutes, then remove from pan and cool on wire rack.

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I'm submitting this to We Should Cocoa - Bread this month, hosted on Chocolate Log Blog and Chocolate Teapot.

103 comments:

srividhya Ravikumar 20/11/12 06:15

congrats dear & loaf looks fabulous...

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Mich - Piece of Cake 20/11/12 06:45

Wow Angie, a chiffon cake wrapped up in bread... I could never have thought that up. This is so gorgeous... I need to learn how to do this.

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Chloe and Sarah 20/11/12 06:54

This loaf looks great!! I am sure it was absolutely delicious too :)

Have a great day!

Chloe & Sarah

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OohLookBel 20/11/12 06:59

I love the positive-negative colours, and the fact they are chocolatey makes them even better!

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thecompletecookbook 20/11/12 07:40

Well purchased gifts Angie and what gorgeous loaves of bread.
:-) Mandy

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 20/11/12 08:08

Beautiful loaves and congrats on winning!

Cheers,

Rosa

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kitchen flavours 20/11/12 08:12

Simply gorgeous! And looks delicious too! Love it! Congratulations on your winning! Have a great week, Angie!

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Jess @ Bakericious 20/11/12 08:45

Congrats on your winning! and I love both the beautiful swirl loaf, nice.

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Vimitha Anand 20/11/12 10:29

Wow dear cant take my eyes off that gorgeous looking loaf. Looks so yum... Congrats on ur win

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Guru Uru 20/11/12 11:15

Aww thank you for the sweet shout out my friend I can't wait to see your creations from it :D
Stunning bread today I am in awe!

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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Belinda @zomppa 20/11/12 12:36

I wouldn't be able to pick, so I'll have both!

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Fimère 20/11/12 12:54

il est beau et très réussi, bravo
bonne journée

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My Little Space 20/11/12 12:56

Congratulations on your winning! So cool....the gifts looks so pretty. And of coz, so is your bread. Super tempting! Hope you're enjoying your day dear.
Blessings, Kristy

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 20/11/12 13:13

How beautiful. The swirls in it remind me of a frozen chocolate dessert that was popular in the US years ago.
Sam

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Veena Theagarajan 20/11/12 13:32

Congrats Angie! Bread looks so yummy and soft
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Gloria 20/11/12 13:33

Angie this look absolutely delicious and beauty:))

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claudia lamascolo 20/11/12 14:07

Another gourmet perfect bread just picture perfect lovely!

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Ann@Anncoo Journal 20/11/12 14:18

I love the swirl in the loaf. Who would have thought that is a chiffon cake :D Very pretty combination.

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Priya 20/11/12 14:21

Congrats on ur win, you truly deserve it.

Prefect loaves,stunning and beautifully done.

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Anne Regalado 20/11/12 14:45

Angie , your bread looks pretty delicious ! Love the swirl on that loaf so as the different flavor ! Congrats on winning that contest :)

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RavieNomNoms 20/11/12 16:01

This is so pretty!! Just gorgeous

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Susan 20/11/12 16:30

This bread would make the yummiest French toast for Christmas morning!! I made your multi-grain carrot bread this weekend and my husband is still raving about it. Thank you for giving me new ones to add to my weekly baking, XOXO

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Asian catering Brisbane 20/11/12 16:37

Wonderful looking loaf, this is interesting recipe! Thanks for the directions, it seems pretty simple to make and yet delicious.

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twodogsinthekitchen 20/11/12 16:42

I've never heard of chocolate bread! How cool. The bread itself is gorgeous and I can only imagine the taste. The swirl effect is really neat.

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Jeannie Tay 20/11/12 17:02

Wow! another lovely looking bread from you, so gorgeous! Would love to make this too!

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Elisabeth 20/11/12 17:07

I've had chocolate bread before; but yours is superb, delicious, and an absolute perfection:)

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Katerina 20/11/12 17:17

I love the swirls in both loaves!

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Alice 20/11/12 17:20

congrats for winning the prize, nice!
also the loaf u made, beautiful! and looks yummy too :)

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 20/11/12 18:40

This is beautiful! With a little Nutella or peanut butter, this would be the perfect breakfast. Congrats on your win too!

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Geni 20/11/12 19:04

What a gorgeous loaf Angie! The swirl is so pretty and the loaf looks so light and fluffy. Congrats on winning CCU's giveaway! :)

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Ashley 20/11/12 19:24

Angie this loaf is beautiful! And it sounds delicious. Love that swirl!

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Koko 20/11/12 19:26

I love that cookie stamp!! Great win!

This loaf is so appealing to the eye- I have tried a marbled rye bread that looking quite similar. But clearly lacked the CHOCOLATE DELICIOUSNESS!! I can't believe it has chiffon cake in it....so brilliant!

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Faith 20/11/12 21:18

What a gorgeous loaf, Angie! It would be perfect for Thanksgiving brunch!

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mjskit 20/11/12 23:21

I love the way you switch the chocolate bread from the inside to the outside. Both loaves look delicious and how creative to wrap around a chiffon cake and vice versa.

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Medeja 21/11/12 00:03

What a wonderful swirl! That dark cake with light swirl looks even more interesting!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 21/11/12 00:25

Beautiful swirled bread, Angie. I'm a chocolate fan myself ;) Congratulations on your win from CCU!

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Cheah ~ No-Frills Recipes 21/11/12 01:02

Simply awesome, Angie! Love those swirls and as always, your clicks!

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Patty 21/11/12 01:15

This loaf does indeed look gorgeous!! Im sure it's delicious as well;-)

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Rebecca Subbiah 21/11/12 01:39

this looks amazing angie so pretty

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Reeni Pisano 21/11/12 02:51

These are gorgeous Angie! So eye-catching! I imagine they taste absolutely divine.

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rita cooks italian 21/11/12 03:13

This bread looks very pretty, two colours, two tastes..the perfect slice. I read over at Uru's website that you were the winner now I know how you spent your gift card...Well done.

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Words Of Deliciousness 21/11/12 05:24

The bread looks amazing. Congrats on winning.

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Happy Cook / Finla 21/11/12 13:05

wowo tha tloaf looks so good and congragulation on you win.

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Shirley Tay 21/11/12 14:25

Lovely colour & I like the pinwheel effect. Congrats on winning Uru's prize! xoxo

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The Café Sucré Farine 21/11/12 14:35

Angie, this is such an eye catcher! It's just beautiful and sounds delicious too. I'd like a piece toasted with butter right now please!

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Jenn 21/11/12 14:39

Ok, now you've outdone yourself yet again, Angie! This bread looks wonderful! I might need to make this today!! YUM!

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Kate@Diethood 21/11/12 15:19

That is so pretty, and so perfect!!

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Peter Block 21/11/12 15:33

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Lite Home Bake 21/11/12 16:38

Wow, this is a delightful combination both in terms of taste and texture. Orange and chocolate, bread and cake all in one, what more can one ask for :) Yummy! Hope to try it out someday.

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Tricia @ saving room for dessert 21/11/12 17:54

Beautiful, beautiful bread Angie. Love the slightly sweet surprise. Have a lovely week!

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Nammi 21/11/12 17:57

wow lucky you , that such a lovely gift pack :)

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Joanne 21/11/12 18:19

What a treat this is! And how pretty!

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Priscilla | ShesCookin 21/11/12 19:24

The best of both worlds: chocolate and bread! And with a swirl of orange, triple delicious :)

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Kit @ i-lostinausten 21/11/12 20:40

Lovely! The swirls are perfect!

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Munatycooking 21/11/12 21:16

Every time you bake bread you bring a big smile on my face :) .... Very beautiful bread Angie!

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Amy 21/11/12 21:52

The swirls in this bread are so pretty. Plus, chocolate makes almost everything more delicious.

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Suzi 21/11/12 22:40

Oh, your two tone looks just perfect. And chocolate. I wish that I could do that. Have a wonderful thanksgiving holiday.

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Cucina49 22/11/12 00:13

You had me at chocolate bread combined with orange chiffon cake. This is original, in addition to looking delicious!

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Kathy 22/11/12 01:20

Chocolate bread sounds wonderfully delicious…chocolate bread swirled with chiffon cake sounds amazing!!

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Cass @foodmyfriend 22/11/12 02:04

That stamp is so cool! I'm going to buy one :) You are so clever with your perfect breads.

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Aldy @ Al Dente Gourmet 22/11/12 03:32

Sweet Angie, Congrats! And that swirled bread looks fantastic :) Absolutely lovely flavor! Hope you're having a lovely week!

Big Hugs <3

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noobcook 22/11/12 07:46

the swirls are so lovely! nicely photographed :)

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Baker Street 22/11/12 11:34

Oh my! What a gorgeous loaf! I want a slice of both! :)

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Kat 22/11/12 14:37

I love the swirl effect, the loaf slices look absolutely beautiful. I would love to have this for breakfast!

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Ivy 22/11/12 15:34

Love your breads and each time you do not cease to amaze me. Congrats on winning.

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lena 22/11/12 17:02

hi angie, this is so special with chiffon cake rolled in. Beautiful work done!

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Lizzy Do 22/11/12 18:52

Oh, my! Another bread I MUST try...what a cool technique!!!

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 22/11/12 19:40

Fabulous loafs and got to check out that book!

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Choclette 22/11/12 19:44

Oh your bread looks absolutely fabulous, both are good and I can't quite figure out which I prefer. What a great idea. You may (or may not) be interested, but this month's We Should Cocoa is chocolate and bread and I'm also hosting Breakfast Club this month which just, err, happens to be chocolate! So this would be a great contribution to either or both if you wanted to join in.

I bought the home made stamp last year. I love it, but haven't yet found a recipe that leaves a good definition. Will be interested to see what you do with it.

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GG 22/11/12 23:03

Chiffon cake and bread is a brave thing to do. And it's really worked - looks fabulous. I've had my eye on that cookie stamp, looks great doesn't it? GG

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CL 23/11/12 02:27

gorgeous bread .. congrats on your winning .. may I ask, in Germany, which brand of cocoa powder is Dutch processed? and where did you get chiffon cake mould? Thanks in advance.

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All That I'm Eating 23/11/12 14:23

This is beautiful. Congratulations on winning!

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Gloria 23/11/12 17:27

aahh ANgie you never dissapoint, always your recipes are beauty and perfect, this look georgeous!!
congrats by your gift!!:)

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Angie's Recipes 23/11/12 17:44

@CLI just used a springform pan to bake chiffon.

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Velva 23/11/12 18:19

What a great win! What a great bread!

Velva

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Jean | Delightful Repast 23/11/12 21:17

Gorgeous loaves, Angie! What a sweet idea! Chocolate and orange is one of my favorite flavor combinations.

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mylittleitaliankitchen 23/11/12 21:33

Beautiful!!! So professional looking Angie. This is a beautiful cake and so interesting too!!

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The Squishy Monster 23/11/12 22:22

Your loaf looks delicious and I'm excited to see what kind of cupcakes you come up with!!

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CL 24/11/12 03:04

may I ask, in Germany, which brand of cocoa powder is Dutch processed? Thanks.

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Wakanetwork 24/11/12 07:28

These breads were so awesome. Looks so delicious. I have drool all over my computer! I liked them very much and I need to make that bread in home for my family.

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Amelia 24/11/12 17:54

Hi Angie, your bread look great. Love the spiral pattern, very beautiful.
Great job!

Have a nice weekend.

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Terra 25/11/12 04:39

This bread is just beautiful! I bet it was fun to make:-) Hugs, Terra

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Jasline (Foodie Baker) 25/11/12 10:25

Congratulations on winning! The loaf looks absolutely yummy! And the spiral pattern is really pretty. :)

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Someya 25/11/12 11:34

hi. i really like to try this one. it is so beautiful and tempting. i am just not sure about the cake part. should i bake it in advance or should i only make the batter?

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Roxana | Roxana's Home Baking 25/11/12 17:43

This chocolate bread sounds so good Angie. I love the swirl, so beautiful.
Thanks for sharing

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Angie's Recipes 25/11/12 18:33

@CL The one I use is from Dr. Oetker.

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Angie's Recipes 25/11/12 18:37

@Someya
The cake needs to be prepared first.

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Sara 26/11/12 04:59

Love love this! So pretty, and sounds really delicious - what a great swirl!

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My Italian Smorgasbord 26/11/12 12:25

these are the prettiest swirls I have ever seen in a bread! genius are you with these super dooper spelt loaves. to try soon.

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 26/11/12 23:30

I've always loved the effect of two-tone and in this case, one of those tones happens to be chocolate so I'm even more appreciative! ;0)

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Alessandra 27/11/12 10:30

So pretty, I love it!

Ciao
Alessandra

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grace 27/11/12 14:34

what delightful loaves! i'm a sucker for swirls. :)

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sophiesfoodiefiles 27/11/12 17:07

Congrats on winning those things! Lucky you & waw, this 2 toned bread looks amazing, dear Angie! Just wonderful to look at & to taste it, must be even better!

MMMMM!

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Devaki 28/11/12 05:08

Okay that is one insanely creative br-cake Angie. I am still trying to wrap my head around this one - pun intended! :)

I love it!

chow! Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

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Roz P. 30/11/12 18:04

Gorgeous, gorgeous bread Angie! Congratulations too!

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Sue 4/12/12 18:46

This bread looks so pretty and delicious! I love the swirl:) Congrats on your winnings!

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