Saturday, June 1, 2013

Focusing on life:Foodie

Week 22 of focusing on life Sally at http://thestudiosublime.com/  prompted us with the word foodie. This was an easy prompt for me. I made homemade vegetable bread the day before Sally's prompt. This is one of my families favorite things. As you can see it doesn't last long. around here. A piece of veggie bread toasted with peanut butter on it is heaven on earth. We used to buy it in the town where  my son went to  college. Then the store stopped making it so now I make it at home. It's a treat for us.

28 comments:

  1. Love home made bread! I'm sure it was delicious! The pictures of your crocheted jewellery that you sent me are gorgeous.... the bead soup piece is phenomenal! Love it!

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    1. Thanx Lynn I'm glad that you like my crocheted pieces. It was just 4 rows of chain stitch.

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  2. The bread looks yummy. I love home made bread, especially the aroma of it cooking.

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    1. Thanx Mary. It sure does smell wonderful. I get to smell it again when I toast it.

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  3. I've never heard of veggie bread but I bet it's delish! I'll take a slice please. :)

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    1. It is delish. I'll bring you a loaf if I get to meet you.

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  4. Oh this does look tasty! I bet it smells heavenly, too.

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    1. Thanx Shel. It does smell wonderful too.

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  5. It looks so pretty. Bread never lasts long around here either

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  6. Becky, that veggie bread looks divine. When we are back in Pennsylvania, we buy Amish butter from a local store and I think it would go great with your bread. Yum!

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    1. Thanx Paula. That sounds like a wonderful paring to me.

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  7. Nothing on the planet better then homemade bread!

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    1. Patty, I agree. Homemade bread is the best. I have made most of our bread for several years now. A bread machine sure makes it easy.

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  8. I have never heard of vegetable bread but it looks delicious. I will have to give it a try. Thanks so for sharing this great idea.

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    1. I think most people haven't heard of veggie bread but my family sure likes it.

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  9. I've never heard of vegetable bread. I'm guessing the veggie flavor is not too strong. I'm impressed that you figured out to make it.

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  10. I think it must not have sold well because the store dropped it. It is really tasty though. I'm pretty creative and I can figure almost anything out.

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  11. I love the sound of veggie bread and yours looks really good. What sort of veggies go into it? I bet it hardly gets a chance to get cool before it's gone! By the way, I also LOVE your crocheted bed spread in your last post - it is absolutely beautiful and so special as it came from your grandmother.

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  12. Thanx Diane. It is a mix of dried veggies. There are pieces of carrot, peppers,green beans and more. Yes it goes fast. I'm glad that you like my bedspread. It means really a lot to me. It's memories of my Grandma and my Aunt.

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  13. I've never heard of that, but bread and peanut butter? Any day of the week! Cool that you figured out how to make it.

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  14. Thanx Janet. I think that it must not have been popular because the store dropped it but it sure is delicious.

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  15. This looks scrummy!! You cannot beat homemade bread - esp. straight out the oven!
    Have a really great week, and thanks for stopping by and leaving a lovely comment :)

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  16. Thanx Claire. I agree that homemade bread is the best.

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  17. Veggie bread? Oh, this does look delicious.

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  18. Yes Lori Veggie bread. It's a favorite with my family.

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  19. Wow, Becky, that looks amazing. I love breads with different "stuff" in them.

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  20. Thanx Lori. I love breads with stuff in them also.

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