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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Bread and a Bunny

 
It was bread day today, and I made a kind that always seems to turn out well for me, with a slight change. The recipe is for Onion Bread, which is yummy, but not so much in peanut butter sandwiches. Since I always have my pb with dill pickles, I decided to chop up a couple of pickles instead of the onions. The bread turned out great, but the pickle flavor disappears when baked. The dill doesn't come through at all. If I want to do that I'll need to add some actual dill. But the texture is good. No clue why this one is always good, and some recipes don't seem to work for me. Anyway, I like having bread with only about 5 ingredients in it, and I can slice it really thin.

homemade bread

The raccoon was on the deck again. He scurried off before I could get a picture, but there was a rabbit in the grass.

homemade bread

In other news: I wrote all morning, then started the next step in the trailer this afternoon. I'll show you more about that, probably tomorrow. Did some odds and ends and made the bread. Another day with no need to talk at all. I like it.

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2 comments:

Ann said...

The bread looks good. I've done recipes where the flavor I want the most seems to blend in with everything else and can't be tasted. Onion bread does sound good but you're right, not with peanut butter

The Oceanside Animals said...

Charlee: "A bunny! We don't get to see bunnies much anymore!"
Chaplin: "They used to be in our yard all the time, but then something happened and they stopped coming."
Lulu: "Oh? What happened?"
Charlee & Chaplin: "Umm, nothing ..."

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