Monday, July 25, 2011

Home Alone

There's something fantastic about being in a hot kitchen with a ton of ingredients and a double batch of bagel dough.

So while Tim spent Saturday with Rob and Dwayne.  Wiggy and I cranked some Theory and played in the kitchen.

She didn't so much play, but she was real supportive when it came time to bake a batch of peanut butter doggy biscuits.

19 comments:

  1. i smelled something baking, and i could only assume you were cooking.. so when do we get the big "yum, yum" invite... i am ready for some "yum, yum"... sorry i just like the "yum, yums"... i even eat the doggie treats....

    toodles!

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  2. iZombie: I was. All ding dong day long and it was GREAT. Lots of yum yums.

    Flea: Half have already been gobbled up.

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  3. Those bagels look amazing (and the doggie treats look pretty darn tasty too)!

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  4. Speaking of experimentation Tim and Dwayne wouldn't try some of the Vegemite or the Marmite on buttered toast. They don't know what they are missing.

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  5. The bagels look professional. Are those what you made? Seriously?

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  6. Those bagels just made my mouth water so much I need to get a towel to dry off my keyboard.

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  7. Jess: With a little adjusting, the peanut butter biscuits could work for humans.

    Rob: Silly fools.

    KarenG: Yeppers, made by me. Bagels are super duper easy to make. And about a billion times better than store bought.

    Meanwhile Tim keeps logging into my account and changing the title of my blog.

    He's really gonna get it.

    Bard: Ever make your own bagels? They are so easy and fun. I have to go give a bagel to Tim, otherwise he's going to keep changing my blog title to naughty things.

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  8. I haven't, but Mrs. Bard used to. I might have to see if I can convince her to make some again.

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  9. Every time I come to this blog, I end up hungry!

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  10. Fabuous looking bagels my friend!! They look perfect!!

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  11. Bard: I like to make a double batch, pre-slice half, and freeze them. They aren't as good toasted but ... they don't suck monkey balls either.

    Norma: Do you cook or bake? If so, please check out Lo-mo's blog. She has tons of good eats with steps and recipes.

    Lo-mo: Hey Girl. Nice to see you. I thought of you this weekend while baking the bagels. We never did get our grill but once we do, I'll be going back to your archive for meat tips.

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  12. Those bagels do look amazing but my Dad was baking cake today so its all good. Bagels tomorrow for breakfast & cake for desert after lunch tomorrow! All my best Whisk

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  13. The bagels look yummy. I would try it but it might end up like my homemade pizza dough. I basically forgot a few ingredients. Oddly, the kids and my friend really liked the dough without the sugar, oil, and oops I didn't activate the yeast. Dang, that was a crazy pizza day. I did make it up in other batches though.

    Love to see your yummy food pictures every time I stop in.

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  14. Those bagels look good but those seeds are going to give me arseache later trying to pick them out of my teeth Queen Boogerbutt.

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  15. I tried to make bagels once and they didn't turn out anything close to your picture. Those look awesome.

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  16. Patti: Even with the missing ingredients, I bet it was like they said, still real good. Loved the picture of the sunflower. Will you eat those seeds or will the birds get there first?

    Lurker: An arseache. If I can find a way to fit that in a blog title, I will.

    Patti: Did you use good topping? That's really the secret. That, and patience. Takes me two hours start to finish to bang out 16 bagels.

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  17. Not surprised Wiggy was supportive. I'd be a number one fan..!

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  18. Porky: I tell ya, she makes a great taste tester.

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