Friday, 12 June 2009

real bread?????

Yep we have a bread maker and I would class that as real bread but yesterday the buttons wouldn't work (dh now fixed) and I had already put the ingredients in and didn't want to waste it so I poured it into another bowl and mixed it up myself .....some kneading > rising > kneading > rising then I decided to plait it and baked it in the oven......

....now Fairy Girl says "Mum you can make real bread"

must say it was pretty good............esp with a yummy beef casserole.........perfect for a cold  freezing day

Take care til next time.........Chookyblue...........
PS apologies for lack of smelly internet............
PSS got some quilts back to bind today and also my pincushion swap..........will post swap pics as soon as I get a chance to take some

28 comments:

  1. That looks so good. Fantastic job to do it by hand.

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  2. Bread is looking good, did you get the quilts already?

    cheers
    Christine

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  3. WOW! We too love our borrowed bread maker... I bought more flour today... bring on fresh bread first thing in the morning!! Yours looks awesome! Maybe you won't need your bread maker afterall!!

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  4. Hey Donna! Mmmmm ... nothing much yummier than freshly baked 'real' bread! :0) Perhaps it's time I dusted off the ol' breadmaker - been so long since I used it, I'll have to read the instruction book again! Stay warm - Bear Hugs! KRIS

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  5. Yum I can smell it from here. Great with jam and cream.

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  6. Hey, I have a breadmaker lurking around in storage-land! Your bread looks so yummy, I'm going to have to dust my breadmaker and give it a whirl!

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  7. Yummy!!! I could almost smell that bread as my mouth was watering!

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  8. mmmm! yummy goodness!I really love making bread by hand... it's so therapeutic! send some over! lol!

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  9. You make me wanna take the first flight to come and taste this bread!!!!!!
    ciao, ciao
    linda

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  10. Fax me a piece? I'm getting ready to eat lunch!

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  11. Real bread. That's too cute.

    Yes, this would be a great time to have smelly internet.

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  12. more hidden talent! looks good enough to eat.

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  13. Mmm, yum! I can almost smell it!
    :) Missy

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  14. I agree, I would call this "REAL" bread too. Sounds nice with the casserole. Maybe I should make one of those today? Or chicken soup. Yum Yum....

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  15. That looks so good. Love the smell of freahly baked bread..
    Julia ♥

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  16. You will love your breadmaker - scrummy bread and you know whats in it...vbg. Love the plaited loaf - well done.

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  17. Not only real bread - fancy bread, too!
    Hugs - Lurline♥

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  18. Fresh Bread baking wafting enticingly across the miles from your place... Nothing Better !!!

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  19. Well done on the "real bread" looks just so yummy, nothing nicer than fresh bread....cute calves in the previous post...

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  20. I can almost smell it! It's much more satisfying making it by hand than it is bunging all the stuff in a machine isn't it?

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  21. Delish! It has been freezing here too. Hunkering down with red wine and chocolate!

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  22. The bread looks yummi !!
    Happy sunday ..

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  23. I LOVE fresh bread it is ONE of my biggest downfalls.

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  24. That bread looks made for beef casserole on a cold Freezing day.

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  25. I can almost smell it Donna - It looks divine....

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  26. I discovered that if you put chopped Garlic in your bread you could have the yummiest bread without all that butter. It is a real hit in my family specially with hot soup :-)

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  27. That is funny, you can make real bread ;)

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  28. You are quite the cook. That bread looks yummy.

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