Here is the first loaf of bread from Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. I made the basic recipe to start with. I can't wait to get into the others though.
Of course I didn't think to click a picture until the pretty loaf was already cut. It was perfect. It took me about 15 minutes to get the batch prepared early yesterday morning. I think that was just my learning curve. I can see where it will be 5 minutes to put everything together. I love that the dough will keep in the fridge for 14 days. Warm bread after work anyone? OH my!
I planted some of the seedlings yesterday. The tomatoes didn't like me so I think I will be replanting some of those perhaps next weekend. Just a little to soon for them yet.
Here is a picture of the new dining room floor. The picture isn't the greatest. I will try again on a better light day.
Saturday afternoon I went with Jimmy so he could practice bowl. He is starting a new summer league this week. Here is an action shot. He recently went down a pound in bowling ball and is shooting strikes like crazy and had two games well into the 200's.
And I kept seeing these turkeys flashing on the scoreboard. :-)
That bread looks soo yummy!! I'm going to have to look for that book!
Mmm, the bread looks really good! Also, I had to say that I love the pic of your kitty -- beautiful shot of eye color, pink nose, and fluffy fur :-)
What, may I ask, are those round/oval things made from that are holding seedlings?
Ria that book is awesome. I recommend it.
Jackie those little things are specifically for seed starting. There is a picture in this posting http://beancountingknitter.blogspot.com/2009/04/2009-seedlings-sowed.html
They are cool. You add water and they puff up allowing you to sow the seeds. Then just keep them wet till the seeds spout. No mess or fuss. I have used them 4 years in a row now and they work awesome. I pick them up in Lowes.
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