Sunday, February 02, 2014

Sunday Bake

Everyone is napping and I'm trying to decide which bake to do.  Something heart-shaped for sure.  Maybe an almond chocolate thing, or do I want to go with a little herb and cheese????

Hmmm ... so many fun bakes.

Meanwhile, for breakfast we had bacon, eggs, potato rounds, and pancakes with local PA maple syrup.  It was killer. 

And that wraps up post 35 in a row.  Not the most exciting post but I had to get something down as I'm fixin' to hit 44 in a row.  Though hitting 104, probably won't happen.

PS: I hear Tim and Bug snoring from the other room.  Time to sneak past them both and get a Sunday Bake in the oven.

Cheers and boogie boogie.

37 comments:

  1. Enjoy your Sunday Bake!

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  2. I always vote for savoury :)

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    1. I went with one savoury, one sweet, and some plain rolls. The rolls turned out the best of the three.

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    2. I've just seen a braided roll in three different colours and thought of you :) One part of the braid was green (green tea powder), one was regular, and one was with black sesame. It was so perdy

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    3. That does sound pretty. I'd like to get my paws on beet root powder, as well as green tea powder. Sounds like a fun project.

      Thanks for stopping by.

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    4. you can colour your bakes with s few spoons of mashed boiled beet too and spinach. They also give additional softness to your rolls and buns :) I often like to put one mashed boiled potato in my scones...... Tones of people put pumpkin in it too

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    5. PS I've heard that you can make your own beet powder by drying the thin slices of it in the oven and then crushing them into powder.

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    6. That is brilliant, I never even considered making my own beet root powder, or using it mashed. This past summer I got a hold of local organic beets, oh my gosh, they were wonderful. I sliced them thin and ate them like treats. Never thought about drying them. But I'll be giving that a go. Thanks.

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    7. I eat tones of pickled beets over winter. I boil them, then slice them (I usually use some special cutter to get fancy shapes) and then you put them in water and season them with a cup of vinegar, cup of sugar and some salt (this is for about 1,5kg of beets) and you can keep that in the fridge for weeks and eat as a salad with your lunch or dinner.

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    8. I think come next growing season, I'd like to grow organic beets. This past year, I got them from a local organic farmer. Loved the, but would rather grow them at home.

      Never pickled my own. Interesting.

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  3. What are you making for the Super Bowl?

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    1. Supper. Just regular good eats.

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  4. Yum… I missed the breakfast bell.

    Did I ever tell you that I enjoy your posts - even when time does not permit a comment I find myself smiling after a visit here.

    In light of my Global Twitter/Blogger Happiness Project I thought it was time I acknowledge my happiness in having discovered your blog.

    And, like Dezzie - I'm all about the savoury!

    Have a fun Sunday Bake.

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    1. Howdy. Thanks for the nice words. I was at your blog earlier today but I wasn't fully understanding the project. And then the timer went off so back to my lab I went. I'll come back later and see what it's all about. Thanks for stopping by.

      Cheers and boogie boogie.

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  5. Must be a Sunday thing. I just got up from my nap, and the missus took advantage of my absence to do some cooking while I was asleep.

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    1. What did Mrs. Bard make?

      Tim napped for a long time, too. The three of them were knocked out but good.

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  6. Both kinds of bakes sound good! And love those raining hearts.

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    1. The hearts are fun. If you want the code just let me know and I'll pass it along.

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  7. You have some seriously good food at your house!

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    1. Sometimes I have big stinky bombs as well, but that's how I learn. Hope you guys are staying warm. I image by now you have a snowman in your freezer.

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  8. Just don't get maple syrup??

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  9. YUM. I'm sure anything heart shaped would be just scrumptious if you made it. Love your falling hearts on the blog today! Have a superdupery week. :)

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    1. You have a superdupery week as well. Thanks for stopping by and boogie boogie.

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  10. Sounds like a good night for Super Bowl food

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    1. We didn't have anything special. How 'bout you guys?

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  11. That's a good breakfast!

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    1. It was soooo good. I could eat it again.

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  12. Can you make a shape of a groundhog?

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    1. If you google groundhog bread, you might find something. Groundhog Day, really not an interest of mine. But hearts, those I dig.

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  13. Wow, your breakfast sounds fantastic. I love having pancakes with a big breakfast. Then you get to put maple syrup on everything. So good! :)

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    1. And you've got that good local Canadian maple syrup. Yum. Local for us, is the best. That store-bought stuff is such crap. Sickly sweet (to me anyway).

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  14. Are you accepting reservations for breakfast? That sounds so good!

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  15. What a cute and adorable little graphic for this post! Oh I know, so many options! What to bake, what to bake???

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    1. You are welcome to snag any you like. They're a lot of fun. Tim and I find them.

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