Saturday, January 04, 2014

My Bakes

No blog for me today, but because it's the fourth day of the month on a year that ends in a four, I had to post something.  So I give you, my bakes. 

Just reach in and have a nibble. 

And that wraps it up for me.  We're headed to the cafe and it's so bright and sunny outside.  Sure, everything is covered in snow, but that's just life here in NW PA.

Cheers and boogie boogie.

25 comments:

  1. Yuuuuuum!

    Enjoy your weekend! =)

    -Dee

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    1. Happy Weekend to you. Thanks for dropping by.

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    1. I have plenty to share. Even some desserts.

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  3. Don't mind if I do. Nom nom nom :)

    You made all these? Wow, you are good!

    I didn't know you live in PA. I visited there in 2008; stopped overnight as we headed south. We only stayed a couple of days, but had a great time.

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    1. Yes, North Western - lots of snow. Back when I worked at the fabric shopped, we'd get a good handful of Canadian quilters.

      Did you stay in a rural area? Very pretty here.

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  4. Those look terribly yummy! Poor Tim and his big butt. What is that third one?

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    1. Third one is my take on a popover, only I wrote it not to be so big and not to use so many eggs. Inside is pepperoni and two kinds of cheese. But also, I do an onion and cheese one as well.

      Very tasty. Sad thing is, the shelf life is under 8 hours. That's it. I think it's about 6 but I can't remember for sure. After that, they turn.

      Icky.

      Thanks for asking. You give plaits a go yet?

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  5. I bet your house smells goooood! Keep warm!

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    1. Sometimes it really does, yeppers. Hope you are keeping warm. We hit Erie today, sunny and bright and lots and lots of snow, but none falling. Which was good because I really needed to get out a bit.

      How was your Saturday?

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  6. If I lived at your houseI would weigh 600 pounds. I love bread.

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    1. If I don't stop, my husband will weigh 600 pounds. Hope you're keeping warm.

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  7. Fantastic inspiration for this foodie! One of my projects for 2014? Make homemade bagels! Have a good time getting out and about. :)

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    1. They are tons of fun to make. And so many kinds, so so fun. Looking forward to hearing about your adventures in bagel making. It's far and away, one of my favorite bakes.

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  8. Why would you want to go to a cafe with the ability to make those? ;-)

    Ian

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    1. That is very nice. Thank you. This was the Barnes & Noble Cafe. They sell GoodFood Magazine. Ten bucks for me to buy it, but it's worth every penny.

      Hope your weekend was fun.

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  9. The first and the last one for me, please!

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    1. Sure thing and guess what? Those two were made out of the same dough. I called the last on bagel snails, but the name never really caught on.

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    2. we call them 'little snails' here too!

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    3. That does sound better. Thanks.

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  10. Love all your bakes! That is some good stuff!

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