Orkney may not be the farthermost point of the known world these days but it still seems that not only There Be Monsters Here (don’t ask – difficult week all round) but also to be pretty far flung when one is waiting for a delivery.
Bagels have been on my ToDo list for a long time. This week, completely out of the blue, Mr L asked if we could try making some. He came to me already armed with research although I added some of my own.
Hugo is finished, washed and laid out to dry. It may be two or three days before it’s dry enough to wear. I’m very happy…
The bread is made and the old door has been removed. The new frame went in easily but the drill bit broke in drilling the…
An important part of my bread adventures is the Day 2 test. How does it eat when not fresh from the oven? I cannot answer this question as Mr L skipped straight to The Toast Test, intended for Day 3. Nor can I offer a photograph, as the evidence has been eaten.
Now, dare I test them on the Show bench?
It has been a while since I reported back on my kitchen odyssey – exploring various breads and my own Baking Bucket List. That’s mainly because it has been a considerable time since I tackled anything new. Today seemed like a good day, now that I have all my entries for the annual Show packed and ready for submission.
I have been wondering what have I been doing, if anything at all