Sunday, October 14, 2007

i need another bread pan...

little did i know that tuesday was world bread day. the sole pupose being to bake some bread. so i offer my simple little post:
World Bread Day '07
sunday bread came from one of my all time favorite bread books, the tassajara bread book. though these loaves were courtesy of the revised and updated version, the original tassajara bread book introduced me to the vast world of bread baking beyond betty crocker. it introduced me to my first sponge and sourdough; it helped me continue my experimentation with various grain(s); and it taught me how to braid six strands of bread dough. i am forever grateful to this simple bread book.


and my sweet friend is grateful i am making white bread. though the majority of the bread is white flour, i have always put a couple of cups of king arthur's white whole wheat into my bread, just to give it a bit of heft and to make myself feel the kids were getting a bit of whole wheat without all the "but i hate whole wheat bread" discussions. i do risk a "MOM!" by putting sesame seeds on top though.


and lest you think this is turning into a food blog, i have been knitting. but i seem to have so many WIP's nothing is getting finished. coupled with the fact that since doing the vvs swap, the number of blogs i read has expanded! i spent this afternoon doing a bit of reading until i came across the breast cancer awareness month dishcloth pattern by vyvyan from knitting in a happy camper. it made me run to my sugar 'n cream stash to make sure i had enough yarn to knit this "reminder" for as many of my women friends as i could. it is a bit quirky and i truly don't mean to offend, but click on over to see if you would like to "remind" someone you know to stay healthy. take care.

3 comments:

t said...

D. isn't going to touch this one with a ten foot pole, so I thought I'd chime in that it's quite amusing! I also loved the post before that about the Noah's Ark knitting set! Too cute!!

Good luck with the WIP's. Know how THAT goes...

DaviMack said...

You know, I will touch this - to say that's some fabulous looking bread, once again, and that I think you go too easy on them by letting them put down your bread for having things in it - I've always been of the opinion that if they didn't like it they could buy their own. They being my nonexistent children, of course. Or, you know, anyone to whom I've given bread. :)

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