Friday, February 12, 2010

Food Interlude



Hey, what's this? Lola, you promised us Part Two of Sew with the flow, you were just about to tell us who was tappity tapping on your door and now you've stuck us with a loaf of bread! Even though that is one tasty looking loaf, what gives?!

I never intended to lead you on friends - and I will tell the tale next week, the truth is, I am just not up for it today. Last night I took a really nasty tumble down some slickery slippity steps and my body, along with my spirit, is pretty beat up. I just can't muster the shine that I think the story calls for.

So instead, I offer you bread. Very good, very wholesome, and very tasty bread. A slice of which I am eating at this very moment and it is comforting me nicely.

This is a dense delicious bread, great as toast with peanut/almond butter and honey, or with soups and stews. I am including a printable recipe (it's none too pretty mind you), just click on the image below and print the large size.



Happy bread baking!

PS Once again coincidentally, this post fits in with the My Place and Yours meme "Kitchen Love" go check out more of the love here

18 comments:

Mare said...

Oh No! I hope you are alright and feeling better by now! I am late at reading my daily blog posts, as i ended up taking in yet another dog this morning...long story. Please take good care of you my friend. I wish i lived closer... i would have you resting with your feet up and a cuppa tea in your lap.

crzylady said...

arg! Sorry to hear about your tumble! I hope you get a hot soak and something to ease the pain (might I suggest my favourite pain easer: margaritas. Of course there is also hot tea with honey).

Sherri B. said...

Lola, I am so sorry you have taken a spill. My feelings get hurt and I cry when I injure myself, I guess that's the little girl coming out. Do take it easy as every bit of your poor self has been jarred to the core. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Floss said...

Get well soon, Baker-lady!

Pomona said...

Hope you are OK - take lots of arnica and rub yourself all over with comfrey salve.

Hope the weekend goes better.

Pomona x

Felicia said...

sending positive thoughts your way! The bread looks delicious

diane said...

bread sho does look good- i hope your bones are ok!

Mom L said...

Ouch! I've done that, and it always hurts more the 2nd day!!! Feel better!!

Nancy in Iowa

june at noon said...

Sorry to hear about your spill. Bread always helps for comfort.

Lola Nova said...

Thank you all for your well wishing, it has made me feel much better in spirit...I think the body will take some time.

crzylady: If only I could just summon a cabana boy to make me a margarita, I'm sure I would be right as rain in no time!

Aussie-waffler said...

Oh no, tumbly tumbling down stairs is not a good way to go at all. I hope you are okay. That bread looks delicious, I might just have to attempt my first ever loaf of home-made bread. And thank-you, than-you so much for my package. It arrived yesterday and I just love it. I will blog post about it shortly :) xxx

Pam said...

I was thinking lately I wanted to make some good wholesome healthy bread and this may be just the ticket! Thanks for the timely post. But I'm so sorry to hear you're laid up somewhat. Healing energy to you. :)

zoesquid said...

Gosh, hope your on the mend soon.
Thanks for dropping by my blog
Cheers

Catherine said...

Oh no,I hope that you are feeling better soon and that your recovery is quick. Thanks for the very healthy bread recipe, it looks very tasty. Thanks for stopping by Lola come by any time.:)

michelle said...

when you need some comforting what does it better that a loaf of warm bread. i hope you are nit too sore and sorry. thanks for the recipe. will have to test it out when the weather cools down a bit

Tania said...

Slikkery slippetting sounds mighty painful - and wholesome bread with peanut butter just the recovery ticket?

Mom L said...

Just saw your awesome yard art photos - really, really weird!!!

Nancy

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