Yep, bread. I have basal athritis so I use a machine for the initial, big knead, but I can manage the knocking back by hand. Good Friday coming up and I've got my bits in to make Hot Cross Buns.
Yes, I love baking. I try and bake once aweek and mainly enjoy baking bread, although I have recently been branching out into cakes, bread sticks, rolls and the like. There's an excellent show in the UK called 'The Great British Bake Off' which has sparked a renaissance in baking here.
Yes, cookies and cakes and pies and squares, and just about anything else the kids or man wants to try. Been doing it for years, I have never believed in store bought goodies, feeling that they are better for my family coming from me.
I have become quite good at making bread dough mostly for pizza. It's extremely therapeutic, although my nerves can't handle a lot of kneading. I've got a system down where I put all the ingredients in a large bowl where I'm able to stir it without kneading it. I let each crust rise in a oiled soup bowl and when it's time to make the crust I just flip it and it stretches to size perfectly.
I also make cakes and cookies, but try to limit that because, darn it, I'm too good of a baker for my own good.
I truly am out of my element when I run out of flour.
Love baking cakes!!! Got a sweet tooth! I like to bake though because I think it is better overall....also locks in flavors better than over the stove
The only thing I've baked recently was butterscotch/chocolate chip brownies. I just follow the instructions on the back of the nestle sweet chocolate chip bag and substitute half butterscotch.
I also tried to make bread once, years ago. I was probably 15 and the result was a couple tasteless bricks and a massive mess in the kitchen.
I make cakes, cupcakes, cookies and pies with the kids but I don't eat any of it. It's all for them. I wouldn't bake at all if I didn't have kids... Okay, maybe I would bake once a year. With kids, I bake about 2 times a month.
Yes, I make bread, cookies, pies, and cakes. I love baking most of all bread good way to get rid of tension.
Everyone keeps talking about how making bread takes away tension. I believe it's true. Short of playdough, what else do we have to take out our frustrations. I guess a punching bag would work, but then you wouldn't have bread to eat. Lisa
Yes, I love to bake! homemade cookies,pies,muffins,and cheesecakes. I also love to make my own frosting and whip cream.
Yes, I do baking. I bake a lot of coffee breads and cakes. Just today, I baked a cake in the shape of a bunny. I love baking, and do it a lot more than making regular meals. We have 2 cooks in the kitchen at our house.
I'm not much of a cook, but I make my own bread whenever I can, because it's so quick and easy and I enjoy adding my own flavours to it.
Mostly i bake bread, sourdough. My starter is now almost 6 yrs old and I have carried it between 3 countries so far and shared it all 3. Usually at least once a month,
I also make a sourdough breakfast loaf, I dont like real sweet things so I add some sweetner (agave nectar) and vanilla to my bread recipe and also add nuts and candied fruit like used in fruitcake. Its great with black coffee
Also from time to time pies
My boyfriend and I just recently received a Kitchenaid mixer as a gift and we have been baking up a storm! We are beginners, but we have tried about 20 different bread recipes so far and have only had a couple of duds.
Our favorite bread recipe so far is surprisingly one that we found on the back of a local flour! It's a traditional artisan bread with a very Italian taste. We keep coming back to it again and again!
I love baking! I bake bread, cake, cookies, brownies, rolls, buns, scones etc. I bake cookies the most.
by J. Biaza 8 years ago
Have you ever baked bread at home? Would you like to try?
by Debra Allen 12 years ago
HELP!!!! I need someone to come to my house and teach me how to make bread!!! I tried to do it the traditional way and it doesn't come out right. I even bought bread machine and it still doesn't come out right and I follow the directions! Someone teach me how to make...
by lmarsh1203 6 years ago
My Chocolate Chip cookies always turn out flat. How do I fix it?I have been making chocolate chip cookies all my life, but recently (like the past five years) my cookies are flat. I follow the directions, but it still happens. What can I do to fix it?
by Lisa Brown 8 years ago
When do you have fun with your significant other the most and why?
by Lisa Brown 7 years ago
If you text someone and they don't get back with you right away, what do you think?
by Brenda Durham 10 years ago
Okay. That's my dumb question. Anyone know?
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