If thats bread - just the normal sort - I think its the tallest loaf I have ever scene. Big sandwiches!
we used to have a breadmaker but it couldn't keep up with our size family so we make the dough in the cake mixer and then pop it in the oven...there ain't anything as lovely as the smell of hot bread comin out de oven...
good play on words Hazel - and a nice loaf it is
A very... *ahem* fertile post. :)
Oh come on you tease... a little more detail. When I see food I need more to satisfy my taste buds.We have been doing a lot more cooking taking up Linda Woodrow's challenges.
When I saw the heading for your post on my blog I thought you had mispelt the word and I thought oooh for a teacher that's unusual. Then I clicked on here and saw the photo. Ha Ha sooo funny. You have such a great sense of humour Hazel, I love to visit your blog. x
Hazel it took me a while to get it, but when I finally did - weeeheee! Hazel is FUN!ps I knew you hadn't made an error :D
Gives anew meaning to cut and uncut!
John thinks it looks like an Egyptian ruin!!!!!!!!!!
Bazza looks like he is pregnant!
Goodness, Hazel , it looks like a ginormous fertility shrine on your counter there.....Nice going Cook....
"Oh my... are you pleased to see me, or is that a loaf of bread in your pocket??"Hi there, new to your blog, followed over from somewhere, and had to comment on that!!
I can almost smell it from here :)Love the scent (and taste!) of freshly baked bread!
We are great fans of the breadmaker these days. The machines are a lot better than they used to be. Jane recently won a new breadmaker, and it has settings for loads of different styles of bread. We often use the breadmaker for making dough which is then cooked in the conventional oven: the best of both worlds.
Good work Cook! We tend to do as Mark said: let the machine do the work and then bake in the oven. Whatever you like best is the way to do it.
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