SO impressed. Especially by those pretty white ones with slashes - mine never turn out like that. Hurry up with that bread school, will ya? ;)
Yeah, that's just what I was thinking. It this our hint that Bread Tips #2 is coming "soon?"
Hi Girls,I was afraid that posting this photo might lead to subtle inquiries regarding the rest of those bread baking tips I keep promising. I really am sorry for the delay and appreciate your patience. I honestly meant to post them the next day!I just wanted to make sure everyone had a chance to do the first five things on the list before I overwhelmed them with the rest of the tips. Hmmm. That sounded pretty good, didn't it? : )Coming soon? Yes. Definitely. Soon!P.S. Anne, at least you can bake an emergency chocolate cake while you're waiting. I did get that one up pretty quickly after the "coming soon" teaser! : )
oh very pretty... R and i declared 2004 the "year of the bread" in our new years resolutions that year. we didn't make one loaf! i think we were too intimidated. maybe we can declare that for 2006 now that i can get tips from you! :) mav
I baked the emergency chocolate cake and it was wonderful. Adam wanted to eat the whole cake. It was quick and easy to make too.
That's okay, Farmgrl. I'm still looking for that wooden bowl from the first round of tips!!
Bread School? Can I enroll? I tried to bake bread once and it was a total failure. Too scared to try again but I am feeling a tinge of "I want to try again" after seeing your lovely pixs of your bread.
I am just waiting for the announcement regarding Farmgirl's "Residential Bread Scool" [with evening entertainment by Cowboys & Hunky Farmers included ]
Hi Mav,Thanks. How sad that your Year Of The Bread was loafless! Yes, you must definitely declare a repeat for 2006--but start practicing NOW! : )Leigh,I was thinking about you over the weekend and wondering how the caked turned out. So happy it was a success! And I can definitely relate to Adam's response. : )Amy,See? You're not ready for the rest of the tips yet anyway. : )Hi Boo,No, there is no actual bread school (though that rumor seems to be spreading fairly quickly), just a (half-finished) post from me about bread baking tips. Don't let one failure scare you off! Try, try again! There is absolutely nothing that compares to freshly baked bread! : )Uh oh! She's baaaack! Hi Sam,I swear you are so going to get me kicked off blogger!Does sound like fun, though. : )
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