It was moist like potato bread, and the chives gave it a savory flavor. This would be good with a dinner meal. Greg says it was the best yet! Not only did I find this wonderful book for bread baking, but I discovered that I already had this smaller one too. It is dated 1990. So I must have gotten it shortly after I got the Welbilt machine from my folks. I had flagged many of the recipes, and completely forgotten about having made so many. The English Muffin bread recipe is in there, and it was obviously our favorite.
Both of these books are packed with great recipes we can't wait to try.
You can't even see Noah in there. Claire was already in her stroller, so she wasn't in on the hugs goodbye here.
It was a fun outing. Thanks for asking Gamma along!
Tomorrow is the day of the drawing one person to win the Hearts and Cake quilted table topper. I will post a winner tomorrow, but it won't be until tomorrow evening. I have a field trip planned with some of my quilting friends and we plan on being gone all day. So you still have one more day to enter. to win. Just go to the post where I have written about the raffle. Mom, Joni, and Molly.....go leave a comment to have your name entered. I hear Joni and Molly are having technical difficulties leaving a comment, so leave me a message if you still can't and I will put your names in.