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Sniff…that smells as good as it will taste, I’m sure.
It’s the most basic recipe, Gina, from 1940s Cape Breton (eastern Nova Scotia, where a lot of people worked in the mines) , and I was absolutely thrilled with how it turned out!
I used to make bread. Cheese bread, cinnamon bread, sourdough bread, and regular old ordinary bread. I love the smell of baking bread — nothing like it! But when I bake bread (or anything else) I want to EAT IT ALL!! Oh, the poundage! :-b
Ooh, Bonnie, cinnamon bread! E.g. would love that! I’ll try giving that a go next time.
We’re not baking regularly yet, but I think we will be because we both seem to be good at it, it makes the house smell homey, and because if you want something more than a pencil-mark eraser, you have to spend a surprising amount.
Mmmmm, bread. Pass the butter please.
Certainly, James. Dairy, peanut, or apple, or some of each?
Right, I’m coming over…be there shortly!
All this talk of food is making me hungry! I’d better get going on today’s entry (otherwise I wouldn’t be much of a hostess, would I? ) .
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