“Be scientific about it.”
My husband’s advice to me when I screwed up my first attempt at baking bread Monday.
This was my second attempt.
I added fresh rosemary to my dough. My kitchen smelled amazing. My oven was so hot that it triggered the stovetop fan. It didn’t stop airing everything out until the oven cooled down a bit.
Mark said I should document my bread baking attempts. He said it may help me be more consistent with my quest for homemade bread.
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I love the idea of homemade bread. The kitchen smells amazing when dough is baking in the oven.
My big challenge: making a dough that rises easily.
I think I’m getting closer to an ideal dough with a “No Knead Bread” recipe. I made this loaf with the recipe from a YouTube video.
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We’re enjoying the first weekend of Spring with 70-degree weather.
Since I’m working another graveyard shift, I want to save my energy. Instead of partying hard, my favorite thing to do is chill at home with good food, wine and my family.
Earlier this month, we picked up this beautiful, boneless salmon from Costco. I used salt, pepper and some olive oil on this fresh piece of fish.
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