I cook, I sew, my beloved and I run our business from home. After more than 30 years of marriage, life is just about perfect. This is our corner of the world.
A drill? That boy looks like he'd have muscle for an old fashioned spoon ;)
My friend Alice was just talking today about how she used to mix her mashed potatoes by hand-- until they got a mixer!
Hope there's not a lot to clean up, BOLBenny & Lily
Really? A wooden spoon in a drill? Crazy boy! Hope the bread was edible. g
Three baking pans full ready for the oven, and a 4th batch well underway - that makes one loaf per bloke for each of your resident menfolk?I just hope your wooden spoon survived its high speed adventure!!!Michelle xxx(will reply soon to your recent email)
A short, wide bowl and a wooden spoon in a drill - how long did it take to clean the kitchen ?! How'd the bread turn out ?
First, love his drill/mixer. Second, I love that HE is making the bread!
Love. And yes, inquiring minds want to know how the bread turned out. (I'm assuming the drill-spoon didn't make a huge mess because drills are even more responsive than my favorite stand mixer.)
It took me awhile to realize how inventive this is.
LOL - I have a mixer for my drill but have only used it for tile mortar and grout - I could have saved mixer money had I been as sharp as Dan.
How much cranberry bread did he make? I see about three pans. He must have been really hungry.
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