Yesterday’s outcome

The Milk Roll wasn’t exactly inedible. It is very close textured and looks like a Madeira cake! We had some for tea and then toast for breakfast today. Not my best bread ever, but not duck food either.

Close textured
Close textured

The Malt Loaves were a little too browned, due to my giving a blog my attention and forgetting the clock. Surface raisins blackened, I’m afraid.

Pair of Malt Loaves
Pair of Malt Loaves

It was however, delicious —  and I ate far more than I should have. Better results than my first attempt. I shall make some more soon; I want to try the next batch with dates instead of raisins.

No breadmaking today. Perhaps tomorrow.

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