Friday, July 15, 2005

Daily Farm Photo: 7/15/05


The Beauty Of Handmade Bread: Each Loaf Is Unique

10 comments:

  1. Yum!!! Great photos, best way to start my day!

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  2. from stef foodie to you
    I miss the country side I lived for over a year outside Lonodn now back to city life in Athens GR.

    great looking bread

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  3. Thanks scoop!

    Hi sha,
    Welcome to the farm (and thanks for the nice bread comment). Glad you linked on over. Come back anytime to get a little serving of country life!

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  4. farmgirl check this link this where I worked before not on the farm but on the estate


    www.laverstokepark.co.uk

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  5. Your bread looks delicious! I make really excellent sandwich-loaf type bread, but I'm not so good at this kind. Any tips for me?

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  6. Hi Schatzli,
    I will definitely check it out!

    Amy,
    Oh yes, I would be happy to give you some bread baking tips. But I just finished doing the childhood food memories meme you tagged me for, so I need to take a little break first and head out to check on the sheepsies. I'll be back!

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  7. Well this sucks... I tried to comment last night but it wouldnt let me :(
    These loaves look fantastic... Can I have one?

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  8. Clare,
    Of course you can have one. But I think by the time it arrived in Sydney, you'd have to use it as a doorstop. Albeit a neat looking doorstop. Maybe a little shellac. . . :)

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  9. Schatzli,
    Laverstoke Park sounds like a fabulous place. How wonderful it must have been working there! Thanks for sending me the link.

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  10. lol he he he he
    here is my WCB post
    http://eatstuff.blogspot.com/2005/07/weekend-cat-blogging-6.html#comments

    and BOO!
    http://masak-masak.blogspot.com/2005/07/weekend-cat-blogging-6.html

    hmmm pity that about the bread... oh well we will just have to wait til I visit ;)

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