I am currently studying 'Culinart Arts's' at university and in my lesson this week we spent four hours making different types of bread from the book 'Dough: Simple Contemporary Breads' by Richard Bertinet and I absolutely loved it.
My lovely french stick, it was a but thin but tasted great.
Small milk rolls that I made with some left over dough.
This is a garlic, rosemary and sea salt foccacia which I made using a dough that I added semolina and olive oil to.
These are lovely little bits of dough stuffed with home-made pesto. I believe they are French but have totally forgotten what they are called!
This pretty bread is called 'Fougass' and is on the front cover of the book 'Dough: Simple Contemporary Breads'
Another lovely bread that is made by shaping your dough in to a French stick type shape and then getting a pair of scissors and snipping it down the middle and pulling the snipped parts to each side.
I am definitely going to be making bread as often as I can now I know how easy and rewarding it is.