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    MEAN CHEF
    Sat Feb 26, 2005 8:03 pm
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    Ducky wrote:
    MEAN CHEF wrote:
    Ducky wrote:
    DH and I like it. The crust is nice and crisp and the inside is chewy and dense, but not in a bad way. I can see where this is going to be great toasted or in a grilled cheese sandwich.

    Thanks Mean and everyone else for your encouragement and help along the way. I wasn't sure I would actually get a loaf of bread made.


    Good for you Ducky.

    And thanks for the extra dose of patience for my incessant questions and lack of patience.

    So, what recipe should I "attempt" next?


    If you are ready for another one either of these are fabulous:

    Mesa Grill Bread/Rolls

    French Baguette

    French Bread Rolls
    Margie Brock
    Sat Feb 26, 2005 8:04 pm
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    What can I say-I had a blonde moment- and had all of my supplies ready at 9:00 am instead of 11:00 am and proofed my yeast (sorry its a habit) and not knowing I was supposed to heat the buttermilk and use the egg for a glaze I just waded in and made the bread (adding the egg). I have to say it is a beautiful dough and the finished product was golden brown (used another egg for glaze) and the texture wonderful. I waited 15 min before cutting it - sorry could not wait. Slathered on the butter and went to it. Superb!
    wonderful recipe. Thank you Mean Chef. I enjoyed the class even though I did start 6 hours early.
    Margie
    MEAN CHEF
    Sat Feb 26, 2005 8:18 pm
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    Everyone seems to have had some success, so I am off to make dinner.

    Thank you all so much for participating. It has been a pleasure.
    Donna M.
    Sat Feb 26, 2005 8:51 pm
    Forum Host
    MEAN CHEF wrote:
    Donna M. wrote:
    Gina*S wrote:
    Donna, Ducky, Betsy,
    How is it going??


    Sorry, bread was done awhile ago but I had to make a quick run to the PO to mail my house payment and car insurance before the last pick-up today (due the 1st).

    Bread looks great! I haven't sliced into it yet. I did take time to snap pics before I left. Will get them uploaded later tonite. I don't enjoy uploading because my PC only has rear ports and it is really inconvenient to access them.


    Donna, thanks for playing along with my class.


    No problem--it was my pleasure! We just finished dinner and I thick-sliced the heel and ate it. I love this bread! The buttermilk gives it a nice depth of flavor instead of being just boring white bread. Can't wait to try it toasted. I still have to take my pictures of the loaf after slicing, then I'll post them.

    The class was a lot of fun, and I think everyone learned something from it. We need to do another one soon.
    MEAN CHEF
    Sat Feb 26, 2005 10:08 pm
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    Donna M. wrote:
    MEAN CHEF wrote:
    Donna M. wrote:
    Gina*S wrote:
    Donna, Ducky, Betsy,
    How is it going??


    Sorry, bread was done awhile ago but I had to make a quick run to the PO to mail my house payment and car insurance before the last pick-up today (due the 1st).

    Bread looks great! I haven't sliced into it yet. I did take time to snap pics before I left. Will get them uploaded later tonite. I don't enjoy uploading because my PC only has rear ports and it is really inconvenient to access them.


    Donna, thanks for playing along with my class.


    No problem--it was my pleasure! We just finished dinner and I thick-sliced the heel and ate it. I love this bread! The buttermilk gives it a nice depth of flavor instead of being just boring white bread. Can't wait to try it toasted. I still have to take my pictures of the loaf after slicing, then I'll post them.

    The class was a lot of fun, and I think everyone learned something from it. We need to do another one soon.


    Donna, you are so sweet. Thanks for being such a gracious host.
    Donna M.
    Sat Feb 26, 2005 10:19 pm
    Forum Host
    MEAN CHEF wrote:
    Donna M. wrote:
    MEAN CHEF wrote:
    Donna M. wrote:
    Gina*S wrote:
    Donna, Ducky, Betsy,
    How is it going??


    Sorry, bread was done awhile ago but I had to make a quick run to the PO to mail my house payment and car insurance before the last pick-up today (due the 1st).

    Bread looks great! I haven't sliced into it yet. I did take time to snap pics before I left. Will get them uploaded later tonite. I don't enjoy uploading because my PC only has rear ports and it is really inconvenient to access them.


    Donna, thanks for playing along with my class.


    No problem--it was my pleasure! We just finished dinner and I thick-sliced the heel and ate it. I love this bread! The buttermilk gives it a nice depth of flavor instead of being just boring white bread. Can't wait to try it toasted. I still have to take my pictures of the loaf after slicing, then I'll post them.

    The class was a lot of fun, and I think everyone learned something from it. We need to do another one soon.


    Donna, you are so sweet. Thanks for being such a gracious host.


    Thank YOU, Mean Chef, for being an outstanding class instructor! I think every one of your students passed the class. icon_biggrin.gif
    AnnetteMarie
    Sat Feb 26, 2005 10:21 pm
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    Although I didn't participate, I had so much fun checking in from time-to-time to follow the fun and the progress. It appeared, at least from the outside, to be very educational,
    fun, and successful! Winning threesome, I think.
    Julesong
    Sat Feb 26, 2005 11:04 pm
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    AnnetteMarie wrote:
    Although I didn't participate, I had so much fun checking in from time-to-time to follow the fun and the progress. It appeared, at least from the outside, to be very educational,
    fun, and successful! Winning threesome, I think.


    I watched throughout, too! icon_smile.gif Thanks!
    WaterMelon
    Sun Feb 27, 2005 12:11 am
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    how did I missed this class??!! icon_sad.gif Will make the bread tonight... I'm going to pick up my 'son' - new puppy! icon_biggrin.gif
    Donna M.
    Sun Feb 27, 2005 12:31 am
    Forum Host
    Here are my pictures from the bread making process:

    Shaped and ready to rise


    All risen and ready to bake


    Fresh out of the oven


    sliced and ready to eat!
    smoke alarm jr
    Sun Feb 27, 2005 6:26 am
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    Excellent pics Donna.


    Early Sunday morning and here I sit with a freshly brewed cup of coffee and some homemade toast with homemade raspberry jam. A touch of goodness! Thank you Mean Chef!
    Donna M.
    Sun Feb 27, 2005 9:47 am
    Forum Host
    smoke alarm jr wrote:
    Excellent pics Donna.


    Early Sunday morning and here I sit with a freshly brewed cup of coffee and some homemade toast with homemade raspberry jam. A touch of goodness! Thank you Mean Chef!


    Thank you! I'm also sitting here with my coffee and a big slab of buttered toast with homemade cranberry hot pepper jelly on it......mmmmmmmmm!
    smoke alarm jr
    Sun Feb 27, 2005 10:09 am
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    Donna M. wrote:
    smoke alarm jr wrote:
    Excellent pics Donna.


    Early Sunday morning and here I sit with a freshly brewed cup of coffee and some homemade toast with homemade raspberry jam. A touch of goodness! Thank you Mean Chef!


    Thank you! I'm also sitting here with my coffee and a big slab of buttered toast with homemade cranberry hot pepper jelly on it......mmmmmmmmm!


    mmmmmmmmm ......... cranberry hot pepper sounds sooooo gooood. I make cranberry, strawberry, raspberry, apple, and hot pepper and have mixed quite a few but never the cranberry and hot pepper. This fall I'll have to experiment!
    justcallmejulie
    Sun Feb 27, 2005 10:18 am
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    Donna M. wrote:
    homemade cranberry hot pepper jelly


    Ahem, recipe please!? icon_lol.gif
    Donna M.
    Sun Feb 27, 2005 10:32 am
    Forum Host
    Sure thing....Cranberry-Pepper Jelly (hot)

    And another that I LOVE, because besides being tasty it is SO easy because there is no prep work at all.........Cinnamon Apple Jelly

    The Cranberry-Pepper Jelly is not hot enough, in my opinion. Next time I will put some hotter peppers in, along with the jalapenos. The sugar really tames the hotness down. I am not one to eat fiery hot foods, either. I do like a medium hot flavor.

    I thought about posting the link above, but I was being lazy icon_rolleyes.gif Sorry!
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