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Old 10-15-2013, 09:41 PM
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I have decided I need to learn how to bake sourdough. More practice needed.

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now thats some awesome looking bread!
oozes custard french toast or bread pudding
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The bread looks great, Darwin ! It just gets better as you go along. The longer your starter matures, the better it works. If you don't bake bread every week, sourdough pancakes are a great change of pace for Sunday brunch, and give you an excuse to use some of your starter, and feed and refresh it.
Let me know what time breakfast will be, and I'll bring the homemade huckleberry syrup
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I generally don't eat breakfast but I do want to be able to produce good breakfast items, so I will give those a try in the future. I haven't had huckleberries in many years, some jam/jelly would be nice
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Bread - Pumpkin Rolls - Pork Butt - OMG

If I had all this food I would need different waders for sure!
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How's bout some cheese cake........

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a cinnamon roll

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maybe a piece of crumbcake

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After your chili burger and fries of course !

Nice crumb on the bread Darwin...I can smell it from here.
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Home made vegetable soup and grilled cheese sandwich with home grown tomatoes !

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Grilled chicken marinated in soy, basil, garlic and ground pepper and greased with evvo.

Ravioli with sage and browned butter sauce. Sprinkle of parm. cheese. Sage from the garden.

Chilled cranberry sauce.

Homemade cheesecake with raspberry jelly topping latter. Right now I'm snackin' on a few m&m's the wife got for Halloween kids.


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pot roast pot pie
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Traditional family Xmas cookies....Krumkake
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Makes sense that you are also a cookie baker. I haven't made my grandmother's star cookie in a couple years. I should do that tomorrow. Even though my dad will never think they are as good, I think I am the last one that can come close.

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