OK, I'm late again. But *late* is a relative term.
A very wise woman once said to me that the most important question in quilting (and in life) is "who made that rule and why?" Maybe I should go back and look at the Tuesdays With Dorie rules. Do they *require* me to bake the recipe on the given date? Because if that's the case, a large portion of the bakers are breaking the rules, but they're baking in advance. So as long as I'm baking, experimenting, learning, TRYING - the project is a success in my book.
|Saw on Cher's blog that drawing on the wrap|
could help me judge the rise time.
See how much I'm learning?
|to think of all the years this poor stone|
languished in the oven unused...
|My beloved USM on a beautiful day|
Your life can change in a minute. So enjoy as many of the minutes as you can. Eat warm bread straight out of the oven. And don't worry if you didn't bake it on the right day.
This recipe can be found here, and the other TWD bloggers are here.
Since this week is Valentine's Day, here's a shoe I've been saving for awhile. It was on the side of the interstate in a really bad place to slow down, so excuse the bad quality. But how many times do you see a red Croc?!? Happy Valentine's Day! Hope you have some really good minutes this week.