Not giving up

December 7, 2007

Journal, Lauren

I’m giving the no-knead bread another try. (Did I post the recipe before? If not, it’s here.) My friend Kate heard about my woes and she thinks I should re-name it Tragic Bread. (My house still smells funny from the plastic.) Anyway, I stuck a little more to the script this time, but I did swap out some whole wheat flour for the regular. I believe I may have solved my ‘how the heck is this going to stay warm in my freezing house’ problem. At least for four cold night hours – that’s how long a tea light lasts. Maybe Beth could give me a call at 2 a.m. to remind me to light a new one. I know she’ll be up.

what the heck?

oh.

In other news, I have a cold. We’re supposed to go to ukulele club Saturday night, but the weather’s supposed to be bad and I feel crummy. We’ll see how it goes.

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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8 Responses to “Not giving up”

  1. Brad Said on:

    Couldn’t you just sleep with the dough? You could snuggle up against it under the covers or cradle it gently in your armpit. That would keep it warm.

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    • Lauren Said on:

      mmmmm…..armpit bread…..

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      • Peggy Said on:

        My armpit bread would have to be “Bloody Mary Bread”.
        (BTW: That’s a real recipe, try it next time Lauren.)

        Or if you want to send me your dough, I’ll sleep with it & cuddle it & in the morning we’ll have fresh baked bread!

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  2. Deborah Said on:

    If you make a lot of this bread, you’ll need more tea lights. (The meaning of this comment will be revealed to you at a later time.)

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  3. Steamy kitchen Said on:

    how about covering with electric blanket on low?

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  4. Beth Said on:

    Um…you haven’t tried the slanket yet, have you?

    Reply

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