Ok, I thought I'd mix it up a little, so here's a basket of bread that I made. Also, thanks to Kristy, who requested that I continue to the bitter end, it's ANOTHER step!! There are one or two more after this, since I keep having to break them up in chunks.
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Gosh that bread is beautiful!!! I love the basket too.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Catherine! Mom didn't make the basket this time. I've been trying not to overwork her ;-)!ReplyDelete
LOL, you took the video off?? It was just getting good too.ReplyDelete
The bread is perfect and making me hungry. Linda didn't make the basket? Does that mean you made it Kiva? It's really good!!!!!
You do make the best breads and that basket is fab!! You took the video off? No? I still see them in the last posts. DON"T TAKE THEM OFF!! :):):) Seriously priceless :).ReplyDelete
Kristy, I bought that basket. I WISH I could make my own!!!
Susan, I did! I think it was a little...racey (for lack of a better word);-). Nothing awful, but you know how I can get. I will email you right now and send you the link, though!
LOVE the bread! I'm patiently waiting for the weekend when I can watch the videos at home....too hard to wait for them at work :)ReplyDelete
Kim your bread is beautiful. But I guess it might be impossible for you to do something bad. RosannaReplyDelete
Sans, she took the BEST video off only, LOL.ReplyDelete
Yea Kim, you got em!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Rosanna!! Kim makes some gorgeous miniatures- check out her flowers :-D!!
Kristy, I sent Susan the link ;-)!
Hehe, I know I am being a "kaypoh" (pronounced K-Po, meaning busybody in Hokkien, my dialect) but wanted to pop by to tell Kristy that I have got the link and I think Rosanna meant Kiva although I agree that Kim's flowers are awesome! All these K-names are so confusing..LOL!ReplyDelete
OMG. That bread is perfection!ReplyDelete