Sunday, 10 May 2009

Taking it slow...

So often I rush around when I do things whether it's cooking, cleaning, working, reading or surfing the internet. So this afternoon for once I slowed down and enjoyed cooking. It started with the Tesco delivery- no bread. So I got out the granary flour & yeast and got on with making bread. I have to confess to using my Kenwood Chef for the kneading but it was still nice to make something so easily bought in the shop from scratch. Bread is something you can't rush, it has to be left to rise twice, and then baked, filling the kitchen with a lovely smell in the process.

And I made a lovely rhubarb & Bramley apple crumble; the fruit was picked up from the farm shop earlier this afternoon.
After gently stewing the fruit, I topped it with oats, flour, sugar and butter that had been rubbed together by hand (no gadgets this time).
Baked in the oven for 30 minutes and topped with homemade custard. Perfect.


Jennifer Rose said...

nothing better then homemade bread :D

Christals Creations said...

Hi Christine, my sister has told me all about your crafting and prompted me to find you on the www. Congrats on the upcoming wedding. All the best. Fiona.

Christals Creations said...

Just realised I never actually mentioned who my sister was doh, but you figured it out so all ok. :)


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