My attempt to make baguette finally came to a good result that satisfied me. I made these baguette under the circumstance of lacking some tools. I didn’t have a pastry knife to score the bread and I used a razor blade to score my baguettes. I didn’t have a spraying tool to spray water over the bread during the first baking procedure, so I used a brush to spread water over the bread surface.
Kneading the dough by hands, withstanding a small convention oven that drops temperature each time I opened the door and each time I re-positioned the tray, I felt even happier that my baguettes came out similar to – at least to some degree – ones at bakeries. The crust was hard and sounded beautifully when I broke the bread into halves. I so loved having baguette with soup for dinner.