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    Senior momentss in the kitchen

    The wet sticky dough was supposed to proof over night for 12 hours. Then the baker slept in this morning.....15 hours later..
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    Thought I had recovered and redeemed myself after cleaning up Mom's microwave oven.
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    And then another senior moment struck and I forgot to steam bake the first loaf. No crispy hard crust there.
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    In spite of all the failures even the pale looking one is good with the bacon corn chowder soup I made yesterday.
    And Mom has forgotten about the mess I made in her microwave this morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaDave View Post
    The wet sticky dough was supposed to proof over night for 12 hours. Then the baker slept in this morning.....15 hours later..
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    Thought I had recovered and redeemed myself after cleaning up Mom's microwave oven.
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    And then another senior moment struck and I forgot to steam bake the first loaf. No crispy hard crust there.
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    In spite of all the failures even the pale looking one is good with the bacon corn chowder soup I made yesterday.
    And Mom has forgotten about the mess I made in her microwave this morning.
    Wow that looks good! What time should I come over for some of that bacon corn chowder and homemade bread?
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    Opps wow that does look good
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    Oscar, A loaf is going down to Hickory, NC tomorrow along with the soup but you'll have to be quick about it
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    *burp* Looks pretty tasty!

    I've tried making bread. No matter how many times I try, I can't seem to get it right. I always end up with a tiny solid brick of baked dough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaDave View Post
    Oscar, A loaf is going down to Hickory, NC tomorrow along with the soup but you'll have to be quick about it
    I have family close to Hickory, in Lenoir. I'll send them to pick it up for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    *burp* Looks pretty tasty!

    I've tried making bread. No matter how many times I try, I can't seem to get it right. I always end up with a tiny solid brick of baked dough.
    If you have trouble making bread, I recommend a bread machine. You can still end up with a hard brick but it's easier to figure out what went wrong. It took me a while but finally I can pretty much tell what the dough needs within about 5 minutes of kneading. Bricks are usually too dry dough, ingredients are too cold or you forgot yeast or sugar. . .

    Don't laugh, I've done all of the above at least once.

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    If I had to pick one tool that made my bread baking a success it would be a digital scale.
    Flour is a bi*tch to measure consistently and when you're trying to learn it can be confusing just what went wrong.Once I eliminated that variable things started becoming consistent. I weigh everything now.Not only is it more accurate, it's faster and fewer things to clean up.
    Flour & water are 98% of the ingredients, a tablespoon of oil,or lard,a pinch of salt and yeast and you're on your way to some delicious home made bread.
    Ya just can't take a nap when the bread is rising in mom's microwave oven.
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    "Senior momentss in the kitchen"

    I heard that spelling was the first thing to go.

    I had my own senior moment in the kitchen late last week. I put on a big pot of water to boil, sat down in my recliner to read GTT and forgot about the pot! Sweetie came home and when I got up to greet her I could hear the pot boiling. I discretely went into the kitchen and turned the burner off. About half of the water had boiled off!


    The bread looks great! Making me look forward to making some cornbread next week to go with the ham and bean soup that I have planned for the leftover Christmas ham bone!
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    ..and this is why I can gain 20 lbs. over winter.
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