What . . . .it's over! I had a great time meeting all of you, sharing stories, laughs, hugs, food, adventures. What a great week. I just took Gingerlea to the airport today. It was great to get to know her better. I hope all had a great time and made wonderful connections. I wish I would have had more time to get to know more of you.
I hope to share more adventures with many of you in the future.
back to the real world... but here i am remeniscing @ the computer instead of vacuuming 2 weeks worth of dog & cat hair that my son never noticed. lovely to see the pics & read everyone's comments--i'm so thankful for the internet!
but i'm bringing home an australian couchsurfer tonight, so i'd better get to it...
:~) life is good!
sharon, thanks for the recipe. i will not be making it until november...october if i'm lucky. turning the oven to 450 degrees for over an hour would be more than my swamp cooler could compensate for. but will be very welcome in winter!
Hi all, I made Sharon's recipe today and am just now enjoying my first Dutch oven bread made in a real DUTCh dutch oven :-). I tastes great. next time I'll try to add some olives or such.Carla
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Hi Marilyn, YES, the top I am wearing at the moment under a nice brown linnen suit I have. Looks great so it was a good buy. Thanks for helping me find it.
The Dutch oven I have is a simple one . Like Le Creuset, cast iron but a very old Dutch one I bought at a second hand store probably. The inside doesn't look too good but is still working well. The underside of the bread was a bit too hard, maybe because I put the pan on a shelf or it was just a bit too hot. We'll see next time. I warmed it up this morning and it was as good as the first time around. So today I'll try another with some herbs etc.
I think we must start a recipe page here.....