I had planned a different post for today when something on The Kitchn caught my eye and I thought it was the perfect follow-up to yesterday's post on My French Corner.
The staples in my pantry saved me last week, but the one thing we did miss was our daily bread. Then yesterday I saw this post about freezing baguettes and was fascinated. Honestly, I never considered freezing baguettes, but how nice it would have been to have them, last week, in my freezer.
So, when I went to the bakery this afternoon, I bought an extra baguette to freeze (oh, I hope my French brother-in-law isn't reading this . . .) It won't take the place of my pain quotidien, but I'm eager to see how the bread holds up after freezing.
I'm curious: do you freeze baguettes? Have you ever? What's your experience?