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Postby ezrablu » Sun Feb 13, 2011 6:35 am

I'm gonna try a new bread recipe today I found HERE. With over 2,100 five star reviews and almost 50,000 saves...it must be good. But the one review that convinced me to try it today is this one:

OMG this bread is WRONG. I want to marry it and have a million of its babies. It's not often I make something exactly according to the recipe (I usually follow tips from other reviewers), but I followed this one exactly, and holy heck, I cannot stop eating it. And neither can my husband. Somebody go ahead and tape this bread to my rear end because that is exactly where it is going, and I don't even care because it is THAT GOOD.


Guess I'll be putting a little extra mileage on the treadmill this week :D
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Postby ezrablu » Sun Feb 13, 2011 8:40 am

:thumbup:

Does this bread make my butt look fat?
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Postby Dennis The Bus Dweller » Sun Feb 13, 2011 10:17 am

I mean, whats not to like about this place :wink:
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Postby ezrablu » Mon Feb 14, 2011 6:09 am

Forgot to post a photo of my homemade bread...

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Had some this morning...toasted with a veggie omelette. I'm trying to get used to baking all my own bread and never buying any factory made to get away from all the additives and preservatives. It's not hard to make bread but it does take some planning so not to run out or bake too much.

Once summer comes I'll post photos of solar bread...baked by the sun in empty food cans. Fast, easy and VERY good. You can add all kinds of things and spices to the basic recipe...like nuts, fruit, jalopenos, cheese, corn, chili powder, grains, etc.
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Postby Dennis The Bus Dweller » Mon Feb 14, 2011 9:19 am

It sure looks good 8)
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Postby ezrablu » Mon Feb 14, 2011 4:29 pm

It is good, Dennis, thanks. For dinner tonight I grilled a butterfly'd chicken breast and carmelized some green peppers, onions and mushrooms. Slapped it on a couple pieces of my bread, toasted with a little butter, mayo and lettuce. Mmm.

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Postby Jones'n4chrome » Mon Feb 14, 2011 6:08 pm

That looks perfect! Are those Ortega's on there? They are like bacon...you just can't go wrong.

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Postby Dennis The Bus Dweller » Mon Feb 14, 2011 6:52 pm

That looks like some good eatin right dar 8)
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