Oven Joy

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We had ham and biscuits yesterday morning. It was so wonderful to bake in the oven again!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 27, 2009  

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  1. 12-27
    7:28
    am

    Today I am baking too! In fact I MUST go start a batch of bread, or rolls or some-such NOW! I wanted to do this yesterday, but my kitchen was such a wreck from the past week… it all piled up bit by bit somehow till it was totally unmanageable and my mind would not let my hands start bread. Now, thanks to my SIL’s help, there’s I can start some dough to rise then finish the last bit of washing up. Biscuits… THAT would be fast! Two big bowls, one to rise and one for biscuits, coming right up!

  2. 12-27
    8:46
    am

    :snoopy: Im doing the dance for ya Suzanne. Oh! Happy day!

  3. 12-27
    11:24
    am

    Yummy, getting ready to make breakfast right now. :dancingmonster: :dancingmonster:

  4. 12-27
    1:26
    pm

    Oh so much sweeter when it is a victory acquired after a heroic battle. Enjoy those biscuits.

  5. 12-27
    4:28
    pm

    :woof:
    COULD THERE POSSIBLY BE ANYTHING BETTER THAN HOT BISCUITS AND BUTTER, OF COURSE THE HAM?
    I bet you have wonderful homemade preserves and apple butter too!
    OH YUM!

    JO

  6. 12-27
    6:57
    pm

    Oh happy day! I’ll bet they tasted better than any other biscuits ever! They look scrumptious! Good on you, Suzanne :sheepjump:

  7. 12-27
    7:06
    pm

    Hot biscuits! What a welcome sight after doing without!

    Hey, where’s the peanut butter and syrup? LOL

  8. 12-29
    5:13
    am

    Not a biscuit or a ham fan, but I have to say those look tempting. :) If you have any ham leftover why not make a quiche? Yum!

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