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Old 09-07-2008, 07:59 AM   #51
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Looks great, Kathe. Now all you need is a bowl of mussels to go with it. lol
Thats your department Jeeks!!!
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Old 09-07-2008, 08:05 AM   #52
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Thanks Joe! And youd better believe I used butter on it, right fresh and hot out of the oven I cut a slice and slathered it! YUM!

But I have two questions, how come even though I ziplocked it, the bread seemed to dry out quite a bit a couple of hours later....? It started out the outside crunchy and the inside perfect and soft, Its still edible and the flavor is still great but it seems alot dryer?
Also how do you get a bread to have more holes in the center, is that just a different kind of bread altogether? This seemed more like a white bread. I guess I was expecting more of a french bread....
Hey deelady, the same thing happened with my bread. I believe this recipe is designed to make a denser/heavier bread. I will PM you my recipe for the breadsticks, its a lighter dough. Of course Joe is a master at bread making, so you could just make his
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Old 09-07-2008, 09:51 AM   #53
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Like I said we had NO problem eating it! In fact my DD was asking for more "bed" at 8:00 at night! I would love the breadstick recipe, thanks Kat.
And thank you Joe for your recipe and suggestions! I love the braided look!
I also have a white bread recipe tucked away somewhere that was my mothers that I would like to try some day...I was told it was always requested for her to make it for any special occasions Once I have TNT it I would gladly post it, unless you would like to veiw it sooner....? Just let me know.
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Old 09-08-2008, 08:53 PM   #54
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Once I have TNT it I would gladly post it, unless you would like to veiw it sooner....? Just let me know.
Don't keep us on pins & needles, you can post the recipe and we can play with it also. Pleeeeeeeeeze?

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Old 09-08-2008, 09:33 PM   #55
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Well gee, now that I said it and went to go get it in the file I thought it was in..now I can't find it! I always come accross this paper but now that I want it, it is no where to be found!
So I guess you'll have to stay on pins and needles till I can figure out what I did with it!.......sorry. I'll post it asap!
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Old 09-09-2008, 06:51 AM   #56
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Well gee, now that I said it and went to go get it in the file I thought it was in..now I can't find it! I always come accross this paper but now that I want it, it is no where to be found!
So I guess you'll have to stay on pins and needles till I can figure out what I did with it!.......sorry. I'll post it asap!
No problem deelady, I know you'll find it in the last place you look for it.
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Old 09-09-2008, 08:28 PM   #57
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Yeah knowing me lately probably the freezer or my sock drawer....
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Old 09-09-2008, 10:23 PM   #58
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Yeah knowing me lately probably the freezer or my sock drawer....
Hey, never discount an odd drawer....
Couldn't find the kitchen tv remote for 3 weeks. Tore apart the kids rooms... that usually where it runs to.....
Finally found it under the Saran wrap in the drawer with the wrapping up stuff yesterday!
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Hey, never discount an odd drawer....
Couldn't find the kitchen tv remote for 3 weeks. Tore apart the kids rooms... that usually where it runs to.....
Finally found it under the Saran wrap in the drawer with the wrapping up stuff yesterday!
DUH!
Well see there....you should have looked there first!
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Old 09-13-2008, 05:10 PM   #60
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I found it, I found it!! I found my mother's recipe!! It was actually in a very safe place after all! I found it in my emergency file of important documents we would need to grab first in case we had to leave quickly for some reason (fire, ect...) who would have thunk it that I was actually organized with something!! lol
Well I'll post it for you later after my monster goes to bed...can't do anything for more than 2 minutes when she is up!!


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