The absolutely stunning crust and crumb you see in the photo above is a direct result of Not Martha's highly successful attempt at making the No-Knead Bread that Mark Bittman talked about in the New York Times last week. The bread was, to quote NM, "awesome," with a crunchy crust and an open, chewy interior. In short, it was just how you want homemade bread to turn out and the recipe is simple enough for anyone to try, in no small part because there is a video how-to that accompanies the recipe.
And, since I mentioned that anyone can make it, I should point out that just about everyone already has. The bread recipe has spread like wild-fire through the blogs and probably has in the nonblogging world, as well, considering the fact that it was one of the most popular NYT articles last week. There is even a flickr group dedicated to the bread. I'm not sure if I could track down every blogger who made the recipe, but here are a few who have: Smitten Kitchen, Wednesday Chef, Bake my day , Eat, Lovely scones, Bread, water, salt, oil, Unemployed Chef, and Brownie Points.
Feel free to post a link to your post on the bread in the comments if I didn't catch it.