An case you cared, I was able to get outside yesterday afternoon and take a couple of pictures of my nearly microscopic lettuce, miniscule radishes and onions; I added them to my post. Of course, that was yesterday.
I had some leftover mashed sweet potato from Sunday night's dinner, and decided to turn it into bread. It did make a good bread, served with steak, and was fine for toast and peanut butter sandwiches, too. It didn't really have much different flavor from most other bread, but I knew from the color that it was better than white bread. My picky eaters both consumed it without complaint, too.
SWEET POTATO BREAD
1 cup warm water
1 cup warm mashed sweet potatoes
3 or 6 tsp yeast (see my bread guidelines)
2-1/2 cups white flour
1/2 cup cornmeal
1 cup whole wheat flour
1 tsp salt
Mix up in your bread maker, or using my guidelines. Form into 2 loaves in 8"x4" loaf pans, let them rise until doubled in size, and bake at 375F for 24 to 29 minutes, depending upon how dark you want the crust. This was good with steak, but would be great with chicken!
As an aside to whoever "Anonymous" was: You commented on my last bread post that my bread was ugly. OK, it was. You try turning out 5 pounds of meat, 2 to 3 pounds of starch, 2 vegetable side dishes, bread and dessert in the course of 90 minutes, and tell me just how pretty you can make your bread. I'm thick skinned, so you can't insult me. Just have the nerve to state your name, and I'll respect your opinion.
Have a nice day, everyone! Tomorrow is Thorsday, and since this is his birthday week, I'm going to show you a couple of Thor's baby pictures!