Thanks, that looks good!
I make my own bread, about a loaf every 3 days (it's just hubby and me now so one loaf lasts).
I use a recipe I found on Youtube, called Artisan or Rustic bread. It uses only 1/4 tsp of yeast, and no kneading, but needs a long rising time (up to 12 hours). I speed this up by adding a quarter-teaspoon of red wine vinegar to the water before I mix it into the flour. The red wine stuff feeds the yeast, activates it quicker. It makes a tough, chewy, crackly crust - which some people don't like, but we love.
It's such fun to make your own bread, isn't it? you get exactly what you want, and the varieties are endless....I add things like whole bran, or cracked wheat, sesame seeds or sunflower seeds..have tried a few TBSPs of other flours with the white (though I really prefer mostly white flour).
and I bake it in a dutch oven inside the oven.
Here's a pic: