Monday, July 25, 2005

Daily Farm Photo: 7/25/05

Freshly Baked Oatmeal Toasting Bread


  1. Okay, I need this recipe, too, please. Oh, and Clare has the idea (which I love since I forgot to sign up for blogging by mail) for a triangle swap. What do you think?

  2. Oh, THIS IS THE BREAD you are talking about!!! I thought you needed it for your jam? 3 loaves? Boy you and J must sure be hungry!

    Yep I think it will be fun to share b/w us 3 as long as my stove is FIXED!!!

  3. I cant beleive I MET you 2 on the net!
    You guys are THE BEST!

    just wait for the recipe I will have for tomorrow ;)

  4. Wow-this looks delicious. And nothing like the bread I baked this weekend. LOL.

    I would love the recipe too, if you'd be willing to share it with me.

  5. Wow, I love making bread, but it never turns out looking that beautiful!

  6. that bread looks like it might be best served with some Pluot Lavender Conserve :)

  7. oh how gorgeous! yumm... mav

  8. Not fair that you have such great breads. I got to get me that wooden bowl.
    That morning photo was marvelous.

  9. OK, and the heat index in your house is . . . . . . GORGEOUS!!!!!!!

  10. The bread looks yum! Now I want some of that for my breakfast tommorrow.

  11. Hi everyone,
    Thank you, thank you, thank you! *blush* And yes, I'll post the recipe soon so you can all enjoy this scrumptious bread. It makes the very best toast!

    BB, since we don't have A/C, I convince myself that the heat from the oven is dry and actually helping to bring down the humidity level in the house. LOL, is that pretzel logic? But it did get me to bake bread! : )

    Sam, what a brilliant idea! ;)

  12. Farmgirl, I'm going to join in the chorus: recipe, please! Mmm, mmmm!

  13. Yummy, just found your blog. I left California too to move to a small farming town( in a diffrent country too). Im still getting used to it and its been almost 3yrs.


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