Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Bon appetit!

I'm not the world's greatest cook, but I'm not awful either. In fact cooking is one skill I've been working on since this whole stay-at-home thing has happened. I figured it's a good way to save money and I kind of like cooking- I never thought I'd say that, but I do, when it turns out well.

This week I'm supposed to be bringing something to share at MOPS (mothers of pre-schoolers: a group of moms who get together twice a month at church), so I figured I'd get out my breadmaker.

"YOU have a breadmaker?!" Yes, I do. I haven't used it since we moved to our house 3 years ago and I have the dusty appliance to prove it.

So....I asked Pongo's mom to send me a recipe to make bread, had all the ingredients, followed the directions precisely and this is what I got....Not exactly a culinary masterpiece. Apparently it's important to check the expiration date of the yeast packet before attempting to make bread. Another one bites the dust, literally and figuratively.

1 comment:

Breakfast for Dinner said...

Awwwww! That stinks! Stupid yeast! I guess they can't live forever, though. Apparently it also makes a difference if you use that rapid rise stuff in a packet versus the regular yeast in a jar. You live, you learn.

Hey, I'm making a recipe book! This is how much time I have on my hands and how domestic I've become. You should gather your favorite recipes and I'll include you!