Soup pic from Lady Fox Hat up north.
"Greek Lentil. Used red lentils, not those gross green ones."
She is a great cook, colorful in her meal descriptions and I would request a second helping from this pot.
Dallas 2 x 4 art on October 29, 2019. Apparently all the framing on this new house had just been completed.
A new property line barbed wire fence built and installed this week.
Lost the shifting handle (broke) on the side-by-side and was lucky to be headed into the carport when it failed. Could have failed on the earlier trip 2 miles down the road.
The WalkHer and I are walking over a mile a day now and noticing the improvement. I still hate it all, but love the extra strength and well-being at the end of the days. Dieting better, but not perfect.
February 2022 in a couple days. Another roll of the dice.
Love those Canadian truck drivers, ehhh?
I am guessing that the flow of goods coming and going across the northern border has all but stopped. If you are not sure how this will affect you, just wait a day or two. If you are not stocked to the hilt, then you are not!!.
Forty minutes all in from mixing to baking.
I followed the gal in the video.
Heat oven to 425
2 cups AP flour
.75 tsp baking soda
.5 tsp salt.
1 cup buttermilk + 3 tbl spoons.
Knead a minute or two. Form a bread ball then flatten somewhat.
Cut deep X across top.
Bake @425. 20 - 25 min. I baked on heated pizza stone for 21 minutes, second rack up from the bottom. Baking in cast iron pan a good option.
Another video example that is fun to watch, listen to and learn a few difference's in building and baking the same loaf of bread.
Think of setting this loaf, as baked, on the table along with most any meal. Let the guests rip off a chunk. Arrrrrrrrrggg!!
Thank you for stopping by to visit this week..