Sunday, June 20, 2010

Bread, bread, bread



Creating a lower fat diet took me back to my bread making days. I used to make bread for our family and truly enjoyed the whole process.
Bread flour is a soft, soft white and has a wonderful scent.
 My bread cookbooks all have a thin layer of flour even now, these fifteen years later.
Pans greased and flour dusted waiting to be filled with that living, rising, yeasty loaf. I can hardly wait to see the rise above the top of the pan.

And here is one of many being given its' own time in the oven to rise and bake and fill the house with the aroma of life giving goodness.

It's hard to describe what this smells like if you've never baked bread of your own.  You've  just got to try it.  It's amazing!



                                                                            


And the final product cooling on the counter. A Cornell Wheat Germ loaf that is so nutritionally balanced, it is said to sustain life if paired with a little butter, and maybe some jam and tea.       

3 comments:

Diane said...

Whoa, that took me a little time to read ;) but I love the ending. Homemade bread is my weakness, but I don't envy that 90 degrees of humidty!

Julie said...

WOW That looks really really delicious!

Nikko said...

Your bread looks really good!