One thing that I admire about my wonderful grandmother is how she always has homemade bread in the house.
Yes, the store bought stuff is a wonder that revolutionized the way we see bread, but there is nothing I love more than slicing myself off a piece of that good food and drizzling it with honey-butter
Even the thought makes my mouth water.
I think that I would like to do to that too when I grow up. The small adventurous part of myself thinks that anyways.
Except I'm already twenty, which most people consider adulthood soooo.... right now?
I started off with this recipe here at the amazing Year of Bread Blog. I chose this one simply because it seemed easy and I had almost all of the ingredients.
I didn't actually know that bread flour was a thing, so I simply subbed that out for regular old all purpose. I also didn't have any honey but sugar seemed to work anyways.
It was definitely an easy put together, and I enjoyed the final product, but I think that I'm going to try to mix it up the next time around.
One thing that I need to work on is kneading the dough. Even with YouTube tutorials I have no idea if I'm doing it right, or even when it was finished.
I hope that this is something that can be fixed with practice. Or perhaps with that magical sound 'Bread Flour'.
Look! I made stuff!