#BBA Challenge: basic schedule

[easyazon-image-link asin="1580082688" alt="The Bread Baker's Apprentice: Mastering the Art of Extraordinary Bread" src="http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51f8aSiQREL._SL160_.jpg" align="left" width="146" height="160"]For those interested in following along with the rough dates for each bread bake in The Bread Baker’s Apprentice Challenge, here’s a table of the breads and their approximate due dates. This doesn’t account for time off for holidays and , you know, life. It’s simply a first look based on the rough draft of “one a week”. Expect it to be different once the group’s settled and things get looked at a little closer.

According to this base schedule, then, we’d possibly be looking at finishing up the Challenge around early March 2010, if no breaks were included and we went right through non-stop.

We won’t be getting to Sourdough bread until at least early December so anyone who still hasn’t fired up a starter has a fair bit of time to go before it is needed. I’d recommend making sure you’re been working your new starter maybe two months prior to requiring it. This would include a week or two to create the culture then a few weeks more for it to strengthen.

This schedule, to reiterate, is just something I worked up and is not “official”. Even when a more definite one gets published, it’s been stressed that anyone can work at their own pace, skip weeks and recipes as needed, etc..

So use this only as a very rough ballpark for now.

No. Recipe Page Due Date
1 Anadama 108 16-May-09
2 Artos 111 23-May-09
3 Bagels 115 30-May-09
4 Brioche 123 6-Jun-09
5 Casatiello 129 13-Jun-09
6 Challah 133 20-Jun-09
7 Ciabatta 134 27-Jun-09
8 Cinnamon & Sticky Buns 143 4-Jul-09
9 Cinnamon Raisin Walnut Bread 147 11-Jul-09
10 Corn Bread 151 18-Jul-09
11 Cranberry Walnut Bread 154 25-Jul-09
12 English Muffins 157 1-Aug-09
13 Focaccia 159 8-Aug-09
14 French Bread 168 15-Aug-09
15 Italian Bread 172 22-Aug-09
16 Kaiser Rolls 175 29-Aug-09
17 Lavash Crackers 178 5-Sep-09
18 Light Wheat bread 181 12-Sep-09
19 Marbled Rye Bread 183 19-Sep-09
20 Multigrain Bread Extraordinaire 187 26-Sep-09
21 Pain à L’ancienne 191 3-Oct-09
22 Pain de Campagne 195 10-Oct-09
23 Pane Siciliano 198 17-Oct-09
24 Panettone 202 24-Oct-09
25 Pizza Napoletana 207 31-Oct-09
26 Poolish Baguettes 213 7-Nov-09
27 Portuguese Sweet Bread 215 14-Nov-09
28 Potato Rosemary Bread 219 21-Nov-09
29 Pugliese 222 28-Nov-09
30 SD: Basic Sourdough Bread 233 5-Dec-09
31 SD: New York Deli Rye 236 12-Dec-09
32 SD: 100% Sourdough Rye Bread 239 19-Dec-09
33 SD: Poilâne-style Miche 242 26-Dec-09
34 SD: Pumpernickle Bread 246 2-Jan-10
35 SD: Sunflower Seed Rye 249 9-Jan-10
36 Stollen 252 16-Jan-10
37 Sweedish Rye (Limpa) 257 23-Jan-10
38 Tuscan Bread 259 30-Jan-10
39 Vienna Bread 261 6-Feb-10
40 White Bread: Three vars. 265 13-Feb-10
41 Whole Wheat Bread 270 20-Feb-10
42 Potato, Cheddar & Chive Torpedoes 278 27-Feb-10
43 Roasted Onion and Asiago Miche 281 6-Mar-10

7 thoughts on “#BBA Challenge: basic schedule

  1. Susie

    Hey, this is neat. Thanks so much for taking the time to do this. I think I will print it out and stick it on my fridge. :)
    Susie in northern NY

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    1. Paul Post author

      Thanks, it’s just a rough schedule I threw together. It’s not official, by any means, Nicole will get that done at some point once setting up the group is taken care of. But it should help get a handle on the overall run of things.

      Reply
  2. ivyb

    This is awesome! Thank you for taking the time to do all this! Happy Mother’s Day!

    Peace,
    ivy, ny

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  3. Sarah Parkin

    Thanks for the schedule. I’ve already weaved it into my own schedule and looked to see what I’ll be baking when different things are going on in my life.
    I’m trying to arrange to find places to bake while traveling.

    Sarah

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