Friday, July 18, 2008

Who knows where the time goes?

Hello all! I'm back from wedding celebrations and drives across the country! I'm now officially Mrs. Wheezy and all is well! The wedding went off spendidly, and I'm happy to announce that both celebrations in TN and Buffalo are over. HUGE RELIEF. Things on the knitting and spinning front have been relatively quiet as I try to regain some composure to my life. I'm working on some socks for my dad, that were a belated Father's Day present *cough cough* (the man has size 13 feet-- they take a while!).

On the production front, however, I've made some amazing BREAD from a recipe given to me as part of a wedding present from my friends Mark and Amy. It's absolutely stunning bread! All you need is a large dutch oven (5.5 L or bigger) to bake it, and you're good to go!

The dutch oven keeps the bread so nice and moist, and you get to put your choice of flour, whole wheat or corn mean on the outside to give it that nice artisan glow on the outside. Give it a go! You won't be disappointed! Delicious fresh bread without all the crazy preservatives that only costs you about $1! Less than that! Insanity! I actually made bread with my amazing new bread machine this morning for Mr. Wheezy, as per his request (he's getting his wisdom teeth out today), and I have to say, it's not as good as this stuff! No way!

And there are all sorts of ways you can mix it up! Add some beer! And some whole wheat! Go nuts!


R. Mansfield said...

Bread looks great!

I've created a link to your post in the newest "Cast Iron Around the Web" entry at

kristinknits said...

Congrats! : ) Glad to hear that things went well.

That bread looks delicious.

hazel evelyn said...

Wow Molly this bread looks incredible!! I've just started making bread and mine is much browner and denser and not at all as nice! I'd love to make this recipe, but only have a regular oven.

Molly said...

Thank you so much! Actually, I just have a regular oven too! You just need a big cast iron pot (the bigger the better) like this:

Le Creuset is kind of pricey, but the one I'm using came from Macy's and is the Martha Stewart line. I think it was around $50 or so.

I think I'll make another one of these this weekend! If you make some, let me know how it went!

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