Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Double Whammy

Today is a double whammy. I wanted to show you how wonderfully yummy School Girl's bread turned and it's Works For Me Wednesday over at We Are That Family. My thought is: they learn to make it and I don't have too!


Fresh ground whole wheat flour. As simple as flipping a switch!



See how easy.



Preparing the yeast.

Milk makes for a tender crumb.

Honey and Olive Oil


A lot of flour.

Mom's inspection.

A little dough.

Wah La! Beautiful girl and delicious bread.

She made 2 loaves of sandwich bread, 1 loaf of cinnamon raisin and a batch of french boule.

WFMW Aprons! I use camp dry spray to repel liquids and messes.

Just spray it on a new or clean apron and hang outside to dry for a day or two.

Helps keep aprons looking great much longer!

So get some new cute aprons and keep your cute clothes drom getting ruined!

Do you wear aprons and how often?

julie

7 comments:

solstice letters said...

That looks absolutely delicious. I look forward to the day when my little one can help with the baking.

urbangirl said...

Wow those aprons are awesome!

Champion Builders said...

Great job School Girl! The cinn raisen looks delicious. I might have to make some later :)

Oh, and I only wear an apron when I'm baking. I really should wear it while cooking because I seem to always get food on myself. Maybe if I had a cute one :)

Anonymous said...

Love the bread and the aprons! I wear one a lot of the time, but not always. If I think of it or am already deep in thought... But, my aprons are special--my grandmother and mother made them, maybe 1950's? with calico print fabric and rick rack (that zig zaggy stuff) all over the edges. Cute. Kerry

Meghan said...

Do you think one could you use the spray to repell stains and spills off clothing?

Anonymous said...

O your oldest is looking so beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Fantastic lessons--it's so important for young women to know how to cook (whether they marry or not).
I love the aprons-we always wear aprons in our house.
Your girls are all beautiful and look just like their mom!