Sliced Bread

Apr
2


Last night’s onion & chives bread (a Grandmother Bread loaf).


For something so simple, it’s amazingly beautiful.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 2, 2011  

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  1. 4-2
    7:49
    am

    I can almost smell it! You get to enjoy homemade bread so many ways. First the making, then the smell of it baking and then eating. I like knowing there are no weird ingredients in it.

    I even have my son baking bread these days.

  2. 4-2
    8:28
    am

    It IS beautiful. :)

  3. 4-2
    8:47
    am

    I can just smell it.

  4. 4-2
    10:17
    am

    Mouth was waterin’ when I saw it! Yeeeeeeeuuuuummmmm!

  5. 4-2
    10:28
    am

    Oh that looks so scrumptious! Our oldest is entering a yeast bread for 4-H this year. He has to use a specialty grain, though, so I think I’ll be perusing your recipes! Got any good ones in mind that might wow the judges?

  6. 4-2
    10:32
    am

    Carmen, try the fresh berry bread! It’s under the Grandmother Bread recipes.

  7. 4-2
    11:58
    am

    Looks good! I am getting ready to make a whole grain bread today! :happyfeet:

  8. 4-2
    2:06
    pm

    Yum. I have just started making fresh bread thanks to you. My family says thanks too!

  9. 4-2
    2:15
    pm

    I LOVE bread. I don’t make it often enough. Making my own bread is on my “to do when I retire” list (which I hope to do in the next two years). My work right now it is mandatory 10 hour days and weekends which is not conducive to making a lot of foods “from scratch”.

  10. 4-2
    3:37
    pm

    Just removed two big loaves of whole wheat bread from the oven. It tastes wonderful with butter dripping down the sides!!!
    (I Use the Grandmother Bread recipes for white, but not wheat bread)
    Yum yum yum….

  11. 4-2
    4:50
    pm

    Yummm… I can just taste it now. I have to make bread this weekend and I think that one will have to be the pick. :french:

  12. 4-2
    10:17
    pm

    Looks wonderful..I need bread now..yummmo!!
    Trace

    http://www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

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