Friday, July 15

Daily Farm Photo: 7/15/05

The Beauty Of Handmade Bread: Each Loaf Is Unique


  1. 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

  2. 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!

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

    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!

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

  5. 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. . . :)

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

  7. lol he he he he
    here is my WCB post

    and BOO!

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


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