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Can any one tell me where to find this recipe...I am intrigued

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  1. Look for Lahey or no-knead bread in the Home Cooking board.

      1. Here's a link from Jaden's Steamy Kitchen where she revisits the No Knead Bread.

        great link with photos of each step of the bread prep
        http://steamykitchen.com/blog/2007/09...

        And here's the link from the Home Cooking board
        http://www.chowhound.com/topics/341469

        1. Now that New York Times archives are out from the pay-wall, you can also just go to that website and search for the original article and video. (nytimes.com)

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          1. re: k_d

            The video really helps along with the original article. There was also a subsequent article (after the original one) synthesizing the feedback and refinements Bittman got from readers. They are all findable on the NYT site. (Try searching for Bittman and bread.)

          2. the original article
            http://www.nytimes.com/2006/11/08/din...

            here's the link for related NY Times video
            http://video.on.nytimes.com/?fr_story...

            could not find subsequent article as mentioned by kary but would be interested in reading it too.

            Hope these help
            wintkat

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            1. re: wintkat

              Agree with yayadave that there are a vast number of threads already on Chowhound that you should check out. The followup Bittman article, with steps for fine-tuning, I found more useful than the original article. It's listed on this thread:
              http://www.chowhound.com/topics/447352

            2. There are enough threads on Chowhound regarding this topic to keep you reading and learning for a long time. I think every aspect of Bittman/Lahey Sullivan Street Bakery bread is covered. If you Google, there's a whole world of discussion. No joke!

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              1. re: yayadave

                Oh, yeah. Here's a site belonging to a real expert with her take on the bread with-in a few days of the original article in the Times.
                http://www.realbakingwithrose.com/200...