Wednesday, April 30, 2014

William Bakes, and Sews

We still owe you a vegetarian meatball recipe. I'll get William on that as soon as possible. But first a word, or three, about William's egg bread. Challah. Three words: Beautiful. Delicious. Goodsmelling. (Is there a single word for "wow, this smells amazing?")

Egg bread is a fitting recipe for us, with hens giving us as many as ten eggs a day!

And just to complete the egg theme, we made egg salad sandwiches.
(Is there a single word for "wow, this tastes amazing?")

Also, William made his bow tie. Yeah, he's amazing.

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful challah, William! And it makes fantastic French toast, too!

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    1. We suspected as much! Oh-my goodness... counting down to a weekend breakfast!

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  2. William's bread loaf does look beautiful and tasty! Did he also make the vest or bow tie he's wearing?He looks handsomely content. Well done, William.
    I have a recipe to share. Your Aunt Liz inspired me with her fabulous quinoa side dish, which I recreated with my variations. I wanted to create another quinoa variation and came up with the following delicious concoction: I call it "Snappy Coconut Cashew Quinoa" and it is delicious hot or cold.
    Ingredients: Chicken or Veggie stock for quinoa, Mrs Dash, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Trader Joe's Roasted Coconut Flakes, Sugar Snap Pea Pods - strings removed, Cashews
    1. Cook the quinoa according to pkg. instructions. If you buy it in bulk, it's a ½ (quinoa) to 1 (boiling water) ratio, just like rice. I use Knorr Suisa chicken broth and a lot of Mrs Dash. I go by taste more than what the labels say.
    2. When quinoa is cooked and still very hot, add coconut oil. I made a ½ c portion of quinoa and I used + - 2 Tablespoons. Mix it in. Add coconut flakes to your taste. Add cashews that have been chopped in ½. Lastly add sugar snap peas that have been deveined and cut into ⅓'s or ¼ 's according to the size of the pod. Adding the pods last ensures that they still stay crispy.
    3. Mix well and enjoy or chill and eat later.
    Sending love.
    ME

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    1. Sounds delicious. Wish you were here, so you could show me how it's done... *wink*

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  3. Beautiful bread, William. Ever think about writing a cookbook? Good job on the bowtie, too.

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    1. Now, I look at fabrics for their bow tie qualities. I can't wait of for him to sew some more!

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  4. Fantastic! Looks beautiful...good with honey too I bet!

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  5. William is a true treasure. I think he should do a "Smitten Kitchen" type of post. I think the word you are looking for is mmmmmm...

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  6. Love his duds. Very Springtime! That bread looks delicious. I hear good things about challah bread pudding & french toast, but it looks too good for there to be leftovers.

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  7. Beautiful challah William! I make a version that has a lot of honey in it to sweeten it. It's fantastic also for making french toast.

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