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Peace, Love and Applesauce

The idea for the post came from Mama Kat:  Share something you learned, bought, read, and cooked in November.   First, I planted fruit trees; then I felt the need to learn to can.  Long before the first juicy piece … Continue reading

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Stretching the 52 Loaves: Apple Fritters

Recipe here.  A Pinterest find.   I found a recipe for homemade apple fritters at The Kitchn.  Being a fritter fan I decided to stretch the concept of bread for this week’s “loaf”. The dough and filling steps were not at … Continue reading

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Zucchini Bread

Late summers of my childhood brought bags full of friends’ excess produce from their gardens.  Thoughtful folks with far too many vegetables to contend with on their own, graciously remembered all the mouths my parents had to feed.  I can’t … Continue reading

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52 Loaves: Peasant Bread

To begin my year of bread making I decided to attempt the bread that was featured in William Alexander’s book 52 Loaves.  Across town my baker friend, Michael, was doing the same– despite what the photographic evidence suggests. My own bread … Continue reading

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Not By Bread Alone: 52 Loaves

A few weeks ago my friend Michael slipped me his copy of 52 Loaves, a record of William Alexander’s quest to perfect a simple loaf of bread by baking it every week for one year.  Alexander’s project took on a life … Continue reading

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