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This bread turned out great. It has become one of my families favorites. It can be baked in the ceramic baker (as described in the recipe), free form or in a loaf pan. I used a loaf pan and made dozens of them to give as Christmas gifts. When using the loaf pan, I preheated the oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit and baked the loaves for 35 minutes. I also put a cupful of ice cubes in the oven on a baking tray at the beginning of baking. This helps give you a great crust. 

 Definitely a good recipe to try!! 

 (via Italian Hearth Bread: King Arthur Flour | wundercooking3)

This bread turned out great. It has become one of my families favorites. It can be baked in the ceramic baker (as described in the recipe), free form or in a loaf pan. I used a loaf pan and made dozens of them to give as Christmas gifts. When using the loaf pan, I preheated the oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit and baked the loaves for 35 minutes. I also put a cupful of ice cubes in the oven on a baking tray at the beginning of baking. This helps give you a great crust.

Definitely a good recipe to try!!

(via Italian Hearth Bread: King Arthur Flour | wundercooking3)