This is a picture of the finished cheesy bread I mentioned in THIS post.
Doesn't that cheese melting out of it make you want some? I know, me too.
More about that later.
Do you have a spot in your house that ends up looking like this each morning?
I start out reading scriptures and writing in my Pepto Bismal Pink Awesome Journal, then I check my email on my laptop while getting distracted by facebook, then I have little ones demanding I read books to them and by the end this is the pile left behind. It is the best. I just had to snap a picture of it.
What have I been thinking about as I study scriptures in the morning lately? I'm glad you asked.
Lately I have been thinking about free will, reason, and the way it connects to receiving personal revelation-- how about you?
So in my last post I promised pictures of the finished products of all the different breads I was making.
Here is a picture of the crunchiest on the outside while chewy on the inside bread that I make in my cast iron enameled pan. Drool...
Isn't it lovely from every angle?
And that cheesy bread at the beginning of the post? A total keeper of a recipe.
Then there was the super soft and silky and fluffy sandwich bread. Seriously, all other recipes may be dead to me. I love that I used "seriously,' and "may," in the same sentence there.
So this is how I get my dough to rise. On my heating pad I like to keep right by where I collapse on my bed at the end of the day for my back. I know what you are thinking right now.
But really-- it was a cold day and this was a perfect way to get my dough to rise up soft and fluffy.
Speaking of soft and fluffy things I have created.
I have three of those and you can't have any of them.
I like to bite his cheeks. Delicious.