The Chicken Hasn’t Crossed the Road Yet


Showing off a really pretty bread I made for an order yesterday–rosemary garlic brioche. (If you’re interested, you can find this available in my Etsy shop.)

In other news, the chicken hasn’t crossed the road just yet! I’m still here. Making some changes to my blog, simplifying the layout. Changes are in the wind…. I hope you like it! Let me know. Eliminating the main page so you can get to latest posts more quickly and more easily, and creating a less overwhelming aspect for me in terms of updating. I like it. You?

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 9, 2018  

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  1. 3-9

    It looks good.Hope it is easier for you.

  2. 3-9

    I just like reading your posts. I have missed you, and I have been hoping you are writing another book…Regardless, you have inspired me to do new things. I continue to send you positive energy.

  3. 3-10

    Looks good! You are amazing.


  4. 3-10

    Well, hello there Suzanne! :wave: Soooo glad to see that you’re back!! Missed your posts a lot. How are all the animals? and the family too of course. Happy to see your Etsy shop is doing well. Looking forward to more posts soon!

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