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Day 10: Bread Making

In my list of things I wanted to learn I included the very broad category “bread”. Until I started doing research to try to find good recipes to begin experimenting did I realize I need to narrow down what type of bread I wanted to learn how to make. 1,033 more words


The Lady of the Lake and Excalibur

This is me dressed up like the Lady of the Lake, from the stories of King Arthur. Well…we were really in the river at one of my favorite parks. 21 more words

Homeschool Projects

Glastonbury Abbey

When we explained to our hostess at the countryside bed and breakfast that our next stop was Glastonbury, she told us that it was a very interesting town, “very spiritual.” I wasn’t sure precisely what she meant, but I had a vague notion that as the site of the ruins of an ancient abbey, it was likely a peaceful place where pious people could go to commune with the divine. 246 more words


The mysterious Lud Church and the Green Knight

Lud Church isn’t even a church at all but actually a hard to find crevice in the Staffordshire countryside on the south-west fringes of the Peak District.  465 more words

Scientist and Daddy Salami

It was so.

Scientist did turn Daddy Salami into a lizard.

Eventually, the potion wore off and Salami was back to normal.

He was extremely cranky, though. 456 more words

Professor VJ Duke

Chewy Italian Rolls (Ciabatta)

There’s these rolls at Costco, with the La Brea Bakery label, that are so versatile, and such a perfect star for summer dinners: tomato, basil, fresh mozzarella and balsamic vinegar sandwiches, BLTs, grilled veggie paninis, grilled cheese with cherry jam and basil, etc. 395 more words


The Sword in the Stone

The Sword in the Stone – 1963 – United States

The Sword in the Stone is based on T. H. White’s 1938 novel of the same name. 305 more words

United States