In answer to Karin's musing about our temperatures, I've been baking bread. Oh, cookies and brownies, too, but lots of bread.
Along about October, my bread machine decided it didn't like me any more, and was no longer going to function correctly. Well, that was OK, because I only use it as a mixer anyway, and I do have a Kitchenaid. But then, a couple of weeks ago, my dearly beloved wondered why I wasn't using the bread machine to knead my bread, and I reminded him that the bread machine had decided we were no longer friends. So he ordered me to get a new one. (And, really, who has trouble complying with an "order" such as that: buy yourself something!)
The table of contents barely gives you an idea of the scope of this book.
If you want to be added, leave me a comment, and I'll list you below.
Louise from Months of Edible Celebrations posted a booklet of Mexican recipes on Frozen Margharita Day. I'm happy to list her as the first link!
Poppy's Surplus Recipes, including the delightful sounding Split Pea Bars and Bean Pudding Cake! Poppy finds the humor in every cookbook.
Debbie's Ground Beef Recipes with the bonus of her making meatballs for us! Happy to have you join us, Debbie!
Nellie's Breakfast Cookbook gives me more baking ideas! It's a very well loved book, judging by her pictures.
Happy Wednesday, everyone!