• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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15 April 2007


Makes me want to start hiking again... no, wrong, must make the next bread instead. Yours looks fabulous - these cracks!

oh it does look SOOOOOOOO good!!!!! I will have to try it!!!!!!

gorgeous, crusty bread... mmm. thanks for this step-by-step! seeing the recipe around made me wonder about it too... another for the must-try :)

Mmm..fresh baked bread, that looks delicious! Oh gosh, you're making me hungry :) love the chicken towel.

Struck by the no-knead bread meme! Ahhhhhh! Yes she is an absolute beauty. I am not the bread baker in the family, I defer to Mr. Knitsonya who has much, much lighter and less doorstop-like results.

it looks deliciously beautiful! i was reading along, and my eye kept falling below to the chickens, and i was thinking i like those chickens, i wonder what that is...then i got to below the photo and read, "the chickens underneath..." and i cracked up! it was probably funnier in person than it reads here! :} great job on the bread!

looks absolutely delicious.

It looks so good! I really have to try this recipe!

Perfect bread.

I may have to yield to this one.

Even though I actually BELIEVE in kneading.

I am bringing the butter and jam!
Great photo!

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