We Are Deep In the Heart of Texas

Nomadic seasons of farming adventures with nature thrown in to include; a pinch of family, snippets of friends, counting our blessings, paying IT forward, home school, and the spicy things I decide to rant about.

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Bread Baking Sunday

If you haven't tried silicone pans, I would recommend them.  I picked these up on eBay for $5 each to include shipping.  HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

Today's tally, 3 loaves of bread, and 50 biscuits.  Bread is cooling before I slice it -- to make hubby's sandwiches for lunch. Biscuit dough is in the freezer so, I can bag them up later.  Nice way to spend a Sunday with my menfolk.

What is the temp where you live?  Can you believe we are in the 90s?  I had to turn on the a/c in order to bake.  Have a great day of rest........
The seller still has the loaf pans on special.


Sharon said...

That bread does look mighty tempting, I imagine it smells tempting too! :-)

It's 79F here right now and very windy, clouds are getting heavier, bet we are in for it tonight!

Wish I still baked a lot, those pans really look nice!

Janet said...

Blooming freezing here ! gosh that bread looks good- I can almost smell it ! yum !

Kiki said...

It is 35 degrees here today. When the sun was out it deceivingly felt warm enough to put the top down on my car, but it definitely was not that warm.

Nekkid Chicken said...

Hey Sharon, It was tasty fresh out of the oven. Hubby slathered his with butter. LOL

Dang Janet, Hope it warms up for you. It is chilly here this morning. Just did not expect the temps in the 50s this morning. Happy for coffee this day. :O)

Brrrrrrr Kiki, That is too cold. Oh you were thinking spring has finally sprung.