It all started out so beautifully. A wonderful mix of sourdough, kamut and rye… The late night kneading. The early morning molding…
But, you know. The afternoons are busy and there I was, tending to twelve different things at once–the bread was in the oven…
Somehow the oven was turned off. No need blaming anyone. Who really cares! I have a distinct appreciation for ugly bread–I have a whole photo folder dedicated to ugly bread pictures. Here is my latest. Isn’t it something?!!!Eek.
The oven was turned back on and I finished the bake an hour later. At least it made the bread edible–not as bread, but as French toast the next morning.
But giving? I’m sorry to say, folks. I just can’t fathom giving something this horrible looking to anyone.
So, I took it on a photo shoot, and let the bunnies have a sniff.
If you bake, then you can sympathize. Even my baker brothers can’t send every one of their loaves into the world.
Here are a few of my other, truly ugly creations:
Cheers, Friends! Happy giving…
You are too funny Jane! Your bread looks Pretty darn good to me….even if you think They look ugly. Your bunnies are adorable. Love ya, Tammy
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As we all know, man judges by appearance, but God sees the heart. I wish I could say that was comforting, but unfortunately…I have some big work to do in that department. In the meantime, homemade bread with all that goodness for French Toast sounds fabulous! 🙂
Love you, my beautiful-heart friend!
And that’s just what we did:) amazing how you can get good and beauty out of a disaster…