If I bring something over to your house and a piece is missing.... check my husband's tummy. :-)
Very nice. Looks so tasty. You will have fun with the English Muffins. :) I loved doing those.Great job.Susie
That is some beautiful bread. You did a great job.
I liked your bread. Very yummy looking. I really enjoyed the English muffins. In fact, that is tomorrow breakfast, English Muffin with peanut butter and jelly.
Thanks Mustang Terri. Enjoy that english muffin. Mags says it taste great with peanut butter and tomato. I haven't tried that combo yet.
Wow, beautiful loaf, even if it leans slightly. The crumb shots are fantastic.
Really nice loaf...it looks almost like a German stollen.BTW, if you still want the English muffin recipe, email me at oggi(dot)icandothat(AT)gmail.com
Thanks Cindy. I've been working on my photography skills. :-)Thanks oggi. I sent you and email requesting your recipe. I can't wait to try it! My husband will be so happy!
I would love for you to join me on Crock Pot Wednesday at diningwithdebbie.blogspot.com. Come check out what it being given away for this inaugural event.
Haha! Love how the top braid veered to the left. Mine toppled, but I knew it would. Beautiful braids!
misterrios, you are hilarious! I love your blog. Thanks darnold23 but I don't cook in a crock pot... I will be watching your posts and will be willing to try your recipes. :-) Thanks for the invite.
Your braid looks amazing! Mine was short the top part but I was ehh on the bread so not losing to much sleep over it.Looks amazing!
me too Jeff... I'm just not a fan of bread with fruit in it... but everyone at church loved it.