Miscellaneous Mum - Trying to find the objective correlative, everyday
This sight can regularly be found in our kitchen: multiple loaves of bread opened and at various degrees of being eaten. The bread I try to eat – you know the kind, that has the look and consistency of mud crust on the bottom of your shoe, but damn it all it’s HEALTHY – is kept in the freezer, so my hands are up in the air here as an innocent.
Whenever I come across such a sight of this, I am reminded of Nathan Fillion.
And I make the same face.
Dear family, why? WHY??!
Karen Andrews is the creator of Miscellaneous Mum. This is one of the most established and well-respected parenting blogs in the country and is a two-time finalist in the Best Australian Blogs competition. She is also an author, award-winning writer, poet, editor and publisher at Miscellaneous Press. Is an exercise junkie (when she finds the time).
6 cups flour, 3 cups lukewarm water, two teaspoons yeast, little salt, any healthy stuff you want to put in.
Prove the yeast in a little of the lukewarm water for five mins beforehand, mix everything together, let rise for a day/overnight in a warm spot, put a crock pot in a 275 degree oven for half an hour with the lid on (it has to become a mini-oven), then chuck the bread in. Don’t even bother kneading it. Give it 45 minutes, voila, AND YOU WILL WREAK AWESOME AND TERRIBLE VENGEANCE ON YOUR FAMILY!
But that vengeance sounds terribly DELICIOUS Tim!
i’m sorry … Nathan Fillion … you were … Nathan Fillion … saying something? Natha … oh, i mean. xt
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