Home-baked Bread

From our trip to Scotland, Wife Person brought home a Harris Tweed jacket and a book on bread by Paul Hollywood.  Today, thanks to jet lag, she was up exceedingly early and got started on a loaf.


We heated up a beef stew out of the freezer to add a few more food groups, and ate a goodly portion of the loaf for dinner.  The bread was splendid.  When morning comes, we’ll have the remainder toasted with fried eggs on top.  With that thought, I shall leave you.  Goodnight.

About Tweed and Briar

I am the pastor of a rather conservative rural congregation. My interests alongside of work are hunting, fly fishing, cooking, and life in an agricultural community. By way of family, I have a wife and two children: a daughter and a son. I am of indeterminate age because my wife is a bit younger than I am and my son is ages with some of my friends’ grandchildren. However, to say that I slip smoothly among the generations would imply an agility which I no longer possess. I aspire to the genteel poverty of the country manse.
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2 Responses to Home-baked Bread

  1. So glad you liked it! I shall make it again sometime…but maybe I’ll try rye bread first?

  2. Pingback: Paul Hollywood’s Bread | Manse Memories

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