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Sunday, May 10, 2009

Terry Thornton is Baking Bread

Mr. Terry Thornton, author of Hill Country of Monroe County, Mississippi, has written a great post in which he shares his bread baking techniques. Entitled "I'm Baking for the Sale at Itawamba Historical Society", he tells us "there is no big mystery about yeast bread - after all, your ancestors have for generations the world over, made risen breads with the most primitive of equipment." Terry shows us in a Photo-essay how to make this delicious and nutritious food.

Terry is a writer and the publisher of numerous genealogy and cemetery blogs. He is a member of: Itawamba Historical Society and Association for Gravestone Studies, the Founder of The Association of Graveyard Rabbits, and Columnist for MONROE JOURNAL.

He has succeeded in making me want to drag my bread machine out of the back of the pantry and get busy. I'm going to Sam's and bake some bread! How about you?

Pillsbury graphic from June at Art Freebies.

2 comments:

Terry Thornton said...

Judy, Go! And bake some bread! LOL!

Thanks for the kind words and the link. I'm enjoying your food blog.

Terry Thornton

Judith Richards Shubert said...

Thanks so much, Terry! It was my pleasure to leave a link on Food Gratitude. I really liked your photo-essay on how to make this bread. I had never even considered taking the dough out of the machine and baking it in the oven! I plan to do that and will let you know how it goes.

Judy

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