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June 29, 2012

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Louise @ Elsie May and Bertha

Good bread is lovely isn't it. I don't make my own like you have, but we can buy really good bread from our local supermarket.

Linda P.

Oh, that bread sounds yummy and healthy, too! If I had a bread machine, I can tell you that I would be joining you in the challenge not to stuff big handfuls in my mouth!! Ha!

Wow! Sixty fairy book enthusiasts! I am on my 3rd fairy page and am loving it! So far I have used 3 different fairies. I decided I would enjoy the variety instead of using the same fairy in each one. I may end up using some fairies twice, but so far I haven't. : )

Your book cover shown here is just beautiful!

It has been horribly hot here, too, Karla. I go outside only when I really have to. A perfect excuse to stay indoors and work on our swap book. ; )

marti

Hi Karla, Your fairie's face is so sweet! And the bread looks delicious. I wish I hadn't given my bread machine away! ~Marti

Sharon Penney-Morrison

I don't know the "why" of yeast on top, but I am not going to test the reasoning. I have made a loaf of whole wheat bread every day and have put pine nuts in the machine. Today I will try your recipe. I do use honey and have used maple syrup. It sure is fun, and my guy loves it!
Love your new painting!! Wow...it is beautiful.

Elaine L.

Karla, I have enjoyed spending the afternoon getting caught up on your blog. I was horrified when I realized I was a month behind. I get too caught up in my two online ovarian cancer support groups and in keeping up with research. It's good to see that you are all doing fine... Hubby is as hunky as ever and both of the grand babies are growing like weeds. Hugs, Elaine

Linda Bloom

I love to make bread too! And now I make jam with strawberries, peaches and applebutter. Oh my goodness. I especially love the photo of your chookies in the yard. Have a great 4th!

Laurie

Oh, sounds so peaceful and lovely at your house. Even if it is 107 degrees -- I hope you have a cooler July. (Us, too!)

Anne

There is nothing that smells better than bread baking in the oven. I also like to take it along during day trips to snack on for a "taste of home." I really want my own break making machine one day.

Mike

My mom had a bread machine and use to make me homemade bread. It was amazing. I want to raise chickens myself in my backyard but I'm worried about the noise that they will make. Poor neighbors have to put up with chicken noises all night long.

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