Monday, 3 November 2008

I may regret this


Here's my first contribution to Kitchen Poetry week, from SimpleSparrow via Domesticali, Driftwood and Fan My Flame ... and you?

Bread from my favourite recipe - I make this every couple of days.

15 comments:

  1. I'm impressed that you hand bake your bread. I only ever bother making pizza dough in my bread maker!!!

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  2. Home made bread? Good grief - I may have to stop talking with you - I don't want my family to know that is possible.

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  3. I knew you wouldn't be able to resist!
    that bread looks fantastic, we're always always running out of bread. maybe I'll be brave and buy some ingredients.....

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  4. yes, I joined too! Your bread looks delicious by the way.

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  5. The bread looks delicious, so you can't regret that bit! Don't think I'm up for a week in my kitchen, it's not poetry!!

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  6. Your bread looks gorgeous! I don't know what you were talking about re problems with tins! K x

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  7. Those are seriously good looking loaves - I've bookmarked your recipe and might have to have a go at that. Thank you! x

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  8. Pure poetry :-)

    I've saved your recipe as I'm always up for an easier way to bake bread!

    xxx

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  9. I didn't take a picture of the bread I made yesterday. I forgot to check the date on the yeast with predictable consequences. Not even the birds would touch it.

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  10. Great recipe Val - I've saved it so I can have a go. I used to make bread by hand when I was a teenager but we always use our bread machine now and it tends to be Mr Locket's job - but we never weigh any of the ingredients so it is always a bit of a pot-luck as to how the bread turns out!

    Lucy x

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  11. I'm already regretting it as I look around my kitchen for some poetry today. I can see plenty of crumbs and grime....

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  12. mmm...nothing like homemade bread! Thanks for the recipe link :o) Happy Days ((HUGS))

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  13. You are good making it by hand I too use my breadmaker.

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  14. lovely bread, i have to say that i cheat and use my breakmaker but it tastes soo much better than shop bought, and the smell in the kitchen is scrummy!

    xx

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  15. Looks yummy..nothing better than bread baking in the oven..I use my breadmaker to mix and rise the dough then bake in the oven :D

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