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    Red Apple Guy
    Sun Jul 28, 2013 2:58 pm
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    Good to have you on the forum, breadman. I've lived in Baton Rouge and my folks lived in Thibodeaux. Went fishing in Dulac last year and stocked up on redfish.
    That bread rocks! I'm thinking about doing local farmer's markets here in Georgia. Haven't a clue how to price the breads.

    Red
    tasb
    Sun Jul 28, 2013 5:37 pm
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    I forgot to post earlier this week I made Blueberry Buckle. Then all week me and the kids were talking about Ice Cream Sandwiches. I been talking about making them but it was just too darn hot to bake, especially since I have been heating up the house canning. So today I finally got around to making the cookies for the sandwiches. I made Chocolate Chip. Just letting them cool before I scoop the ice cream.

    ETA: when I was making the Blueberry Buckle I decided to use the toaster oven instead of the regular oven, that way I wouldn't heat up the house. Well I moved the toaster oven onto the counter top, put the cake into the oven, set time and temp. and finished serving up supper, which I was cooking at the time. I went to check on the baking about 1/2 hour later as the pan was right full I was worried it might over flow. Well I seen that the plug was still on top of the toaster oven. I forgot to plug it in. icon_redface.gif icon_rolleyes.gif So got it pulled in and it baked perfectly.
    Red Apple Guy
    Sun Jul 28, 2013 7:43 pm
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    That's tasb, unplugged. icon_biggrin.gif
    duonyte
    Sun Jul 28, 2013 7:57 pm
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    Oh, I've done that, too. Also with the slow cooker.....
    tasb
    Tue Jul 30, 2013 4:51 pm
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    Red, good one. Me and the family had a good laugh over that one.

    Today I had to make bread again. 12 loaves this time. Also had time to make a pizza. I did up 1 sheet pan and it came out of the oven just as hubby was pulling into the driveway for lunch. Perfect timing as I didn't have a back-up plan for lunch.
    AussieBreadMan.com
    Tue Jul 30, 2013 8:28 pm
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    G'day, Red Apple. There are lots of good recipes on this site. I live in north Louisiana near Shreveport. I have been in the US since 2000. I have sold bread at Farmer's markets in Natchitoches and Shreveport for several years. Lots of fun! I charge $5 for large loaves and $3 for small loaves. If you want any of my recipes visit my site www.aussiebreadman.com I have developed quite a few bread recipes over the years. Cheers.
    AussieBreadMan.com
    Tue Jul 30, 2013 8:35 pm
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    tasb, I usually bake 12 loaves at a time when I bake for market. 2 ovens, 6 loaves each, 30 quart mixer icon_smile.gif

    duonyte G'day! Thanks for the welcome.
    Red Apple Guy
    Tue Jul 30, 2013 9:59 pm
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    Thanks breadman. Nice web site. I signed up for the email recipes.
    I've lived in Kilgore, Tx and Magnolia Arkansas, not too far from Shreveport.
    I'll bet you miss Australia.

    Red
    AussieBreadMan.com
    Tue Jul 30, 2013 11:22 pm
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    I do miss some things, like the Pacific Ocean. In a few months, I will be moving my family Down Under to be closer to my Mum. The kids have visited Australia, but never lived there. It will be an adventure. Taa for the comments about my web site.
    tasb
    Wed Jul 31, 2013 12:47 am
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    AussieBreadMan.com wrote:
    tasb, I usually bake 12 loaves at a time when I bake for market. 2 ovens, 6 loaves each, 30 quart mixer icon_smile.gif

    duonyte G'day! Thanks for the welcome.


    I can only dream of getting a mixer that big, and 2 ovens. Maybe I should just start selling my baked goods to fund raise for them. LOL

    It was almost an argument to get the one I have now. Turned into a very funny story. I have a KitchenAid Professional HD. It runs great, no problems with it other than the head wobbling loose because the strain of mixing 6 lbs of dough. I have already used lock tight on it and it came loose again. I bake my bread only for home use. In summer when we are all home we go through 1 loaf a day (standard bread pans), once school is in we go through less because me and the girls are at a school with a hot lunch program and we eat there most of the time.

    I could easily sell baked goods around here in the small community I live in. As long as they are baked, I tried to help the school out by making un-baked frozen apple pies, well we only sold 4 out of 12. But at the same time I just don't want to get caught up in taking orders as I like to do things as I want to do them, not as people want them.

    Actually today I was drooling over a 20 qt mixer for $1500 on Costco.ca. The one at the restaurant supply store was over $2100 for a 20 qt.
    AussieBreadMan.com
    Wed Jul 31, 2013 7:01 am
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    I bought the 30 quart mixer when our local school board had a silent auction on used equipment. $350 and it paid for it's self the first week I used it. I have a Wolfgang Puck mixer that is similar to a Kitchen aid. The Hobart 30 quart mixer can mix 12 pounds of dough with ease. icon_biggrin.gif
    Bonnie G #2
    Wed Jul 31, 2013 9:30 am
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    Wow, those sound like some BIG mixers; don't think they'd even fit on my cabinets icon_wink.gif
    tasb
    Fri Aug 02, 2013 9:52 am
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    Bonnie, I just checked the height and weight on one. These are no counter top mixers. 32" tall and 275 lbs.

    Aussie, what a steal of a deal on that mixer.
    Bonnie G #2
    Fri Aug 02, 2013 4:03 pm
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    tasb wrote:
    Bonnie, I just checked the height and weight on one. These are no counter top mixers. 32" tall and 275 lbs.

    Aussie, what a steal of a deal on that mixer.


    icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif Maybe not those exact height & weight; but by the time you add the bread machine, coffee machine AND mixture to the mix it gets pretty crowded. icon_razz.gif
    adopt a greyhound
    Sat Aug 03, 2013 1:02 pm
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    Yesterday I made Bird Seed Bread Bird Seed Bread (Abm) and this morning blueberry muffins Raspberry Streusel Muffins (The Silver Palate). also a few days ago I made JoeV's thin buns.
    YUM.
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