I've been known to bake bread and it's pretty good if I say so myself. What makes it especially good is that when you make it yourself it's really, really fresh. But it is a bit of a pain to bake it, especially when you can pay through the nose at the baker or the french shop and get really excellent bread.
On the other hand, people all over the world make flatbreads every single day, which can be as simple as camp bread, pita bread, tortillas or chapati. Hell, I've cooked this stuff over an open fire! So here's what I tried last night:
Mix 1 hugely over-filled tablespoon of flour with three tablespoons of water. Add a bit more flour until it's a proper dough, then knead for about a minute. Flatten it out and grill it for about five minutes, then turn over and get it out just before it turns black. Ever so slightly doughy (flatter? cook longer at a lower temperature?) but good stuff.
 The official name of the french shop is No-Name Shop.
 Traditionally served with mince.
 Or stick it on a frying pan, or in the oven, or over an open fire on a grill, or a hot stone.