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Faith (...or you fall)

 levitate
saw her hard at it
hard at it now
like a pumpkin
up a frog or ferrets on a caterpillar–

you get what i mean?                                                                                                                                              35 more words

Poetry

Pillowy pizza

One thing I like about King Arthur Flour is that they get that so much about food and baking is nostalgic. Frequently in The Baker’s Companion, they talk about the history of certain baked goods, especially going on about special treats of a New England childhood. 393 more words

KAF

No knead bread

Why does modern life seem to involve so much unnecessary labour? Is it because we have a deep need as humans to feel useful? Work = purpose, whereas idling = useless. 592 more words

International Happiness Day

Today is International Happiness Day! Who knew, right? I think it is most appropriate. Every day we are deluged by negativity in a variety of ways. 212 more words

Life With Cats

Punched Down

Perched on her tiptoes, a little girl curiously peered over the edge of the kitchen counter. She watched intently as her mama kneaded dough for a loaf of bread. 1,580 more words

Blog

The Sourdough Chronicles

It seems like time to return to this theme and document my experiences with Sourdough baking over the last 3-4 months. In general, it’s been a lot of fun, a lot of learning, and surprisingly few disasters along the way. 775 more words

Kneading and Air Biscuits

It has taken Boudicca seventeen years to figure out how to knead and when she finally did knead, she did so for approximately 10 seconds. 99% of the time she simply does rather googly air biscuits. 209 more words

Life With Cats