32 rosemary rolls
Mixed: 1:15 pm
Molded: 3:15 pm
Baked: 5:30 (had to do a bit of retarding because of oven sharing)
Gave to: Kai, Wayland, Andrew, Austin, Garrett, Riley, Mad, Hannah, Ben, Gabe, Aaron, Leti, Donny, Chiara, Douglas, and John Ronan
Summer is in full swing, and there’s nothing like a herd of teenagers to cause a baker to have to quadruple her recipe. What fun I had mixing up more than eight pounds of dough to contribute to my eldest son’s birthday celebration. And there’s nothing like baking bread for happy customers. I had intended to give away any leftover rolls to neighbors, but was there any leftover bread to give?!
Soon, we’re off to New England on a long-awaited adventure. I’ll be toting along some of our family’s ancient sourdough starter, hoping to bake, and give, while we’re away. I learned just last year that sourdough starter travels well in luggage–no bursting out of its baggies, or bubbling over in the suitcase, so my already well-traveled mama dough will gain some new yeasty companions to intermingle with. I think the blending of the yeasts will be a peaceful affair. I pray so. There’s nothing like the pursuit of peace, whether you’re a boy of sixteen candles or a mama…
who needs a vacation.
Jane, is he really 16? How did that happen?!
Have a lovely trip.
Happy Birthday, Andrew!!!!
happy birthday to your Andrew. I love the pies
Happy birthday to your 16 year old….wow…is he getting ready to drive?
We are going to New England next week for a family reunion in MA. I hope you have an enjoyable and safe trip!!!