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Old 08-18-2008, 11:10 AM   #971
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Probably biscuits. All this talk about biscuits on the other thread is making me hungry for some. Besides, I have all that nice rendered lard in the fridge.
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Old 08-21-2008, 03:34 PM   #972
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Gad JoeV, those are incredible, lucky find, you and I get lucky some times eh?

I'm doing GRK's banana oatmeal cookies and one loaf of NYT bread. New twist to the bread and hope it works.
I replaced some of the regular flour with masa harina 2 parts apf and 1 part mh. The dough is gorgeous and so fragrant and building nicely, hope it turns out well, it will, the husband loves this type of thing.
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Old 08-21-2008, 05:42 PM   #973
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Gad JoeV, those are incredible, lucky find, you and I get lucky some times eh?

I'm doing GRK's banana oatmeal cookies and one loaf of NYT bread. New twist to the bread and hope it works.
I replaced some of the regular flour with masa harina 2 parts apf and 1 part mh. The dough is gorgeous and so fragrant and building nicely, hope it turns out well, it will, the husband loves this type of thing.
Lucky? If you knew just how many of those sale I stop at, you would say I'm crazy, and I'd be better off just ordering what I want online and save the gas.

Hope your 'experiment' turns out. Be sure to let us know. I'm baking a batch of sammich rolls to fill the freezer. Ate the last one for lunch today.

DW is making BLT's for dinner out of NYT bread. Boy are they delicious with tomatoes from the garden. Urp!

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Artisan 5 min a day bread , one with cheddar cheese and basil and one with sweet red peppers, onion powder , and ground rosemary.
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Old 08-22-2008, 12:30 PM   #975
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nuttin, goin to work instead.
the NYT bread from yesterday turned out wonderful.
the addition of Masa Harina was an unexpected different flavor.
baked it in my LeCreuset heart new baker, so it was in the shape of love!
didn't ever get to GRK's banana cookies, ran out of time, did frozen choco chippers instead for the man.
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I baked a crostata for 4 last night with Granny Smith apples. The crust was quite simple to make. Tonight I'll make it again except I'll use an egg wash over the crust with sprinkled cinnamon sugar for a nicer finish.
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I baked a crostata for 4 last night with Granny Smith apples. The crust was quite simple to make. Tonight I'll make it again except I'll use an egg wash over the crust with sprinkled cinnamon sugar for a nicer finish.
Emmm that sounds so good Dina. I plan to make one as well, but will be using nectarines..We have a tree full and I hate to see them go to waste.
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Emmm that sounds so good Dina. I plan to make one as well, but will be using nectarines..We have a tree full and I hate to see them go to waste.
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You just gave me a great idea Kades. I can use our seasonal peaches and nectarines for a nice dessert.
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Italian bread to accompany my salad dinner...
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...so it was in the shape of love!
I've never seen a baking vessel in the shape of a Meyers Rum bottle. How interesting.
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