Monday, August 29, 2011
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I just got mine. I love Dave Ramsey he is a smart man and fun to listen to even when he doesn't sugar coat the truth. Hugs, Bobbi Jo
Monday, August 22, 2011
I think these are fun to get to know someone and it has been a while since I have done one. So here we go!
Friend Makin Monday: The Last Thing
Be sure and stop by Kenlie's blog, All The Weigh, for more
Friend Makin Monday and make some new friends.
1) What is the title of the last book you read?The Duggars: 20 and Counting!
2) What is the last movie you saw in a theater?
3) Briefly describe the last person you saw today.
working on the computer right across the room.
4) Which store did you most recently shop in?
Fry's grocery shopping this morning with 2 of my girls.
5) Who’s the last person you spoke to over the phone?
Alan, he was at work.
6) Where’s the last place you vacationed?
Pinetop. My home away from home.
7) When was the last time you kissed someone of the opposite sex?
This morning when hubs (Alan) left for work.
8) What’s the last thing that made you laugh?
Watching "Good Luck Charlie" with Gabby this morning.
9) What’s the latest app that you downloaded on your phone?
I think it was a ring tone about 8 months ago.
10) What’s the last kind thing you did for someone?
Wash clothes and clean the house for the family (and myself). Help Gabby with schooling.
Hope everyone is have a good day. This morning has been busy. I took E'lyse and her friends to school (HS) and then the two younger girls and I went to take care of my errands for the day so Dallas could use my van. He starts college today. I am excited for him. We have one in college, one in high school, one in middle school and one in elementary. I am home/on line schooling Gabby. She was just a little behind in 2 subjects last year due to missing so much being at the hospital. Yet she aced her AIMS testing. So we are reviewing 4TH quarter in the 2 subjects and moving on to 6TH grade for the other ones.
Tonight we are having a comfort dinner of roast (in crock pot), mashed potatoes, gravy, homemade rolls and brownies for dessert. Faith is teaching our Family Home Evening Lesson tonight then we are playing Quelf. It seems like it will be a fun game.
To be honest after this busy weekend I feel like I need another weekend to rest. But I guess that is good it keeps me out of trouble. he he
Hugs, Bobbi Jo
Sunday, August 21, 2011
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Here is her recipe (Giving full credit to Crystal of Every Day Food Storage).
EZ Wheat Bread recipe (I doubled this recipe in the video you watched)
1 Tblsp active dry yeast
1/4 cup honey or 1/3 cup sugar
2 3/4 cups whole wheat flour (or whatever combination white/wheat you like..I use 100% hard white wheat. To learn more about the different types of wheat, download my wheat handout)
1/4 cup wheat gluten
1 tsp salt
2 Tblsp nonfat non instant dry milk
1 Tblsp butter/margarine/oil
1 Tblsp vinegar
1/4 cup potato flakes (NOT potato pearls)
If you are making this recipe in a bread machine, follow your bread machine’s directions for wheat or whole grain selection and add the ingredients in the order listed for their recommendations. (only one loaf will fit in a bread maker)
1 3/4 – 2 tsp active dry yeast
2 Tblsp sugar (you can use a little more sugar if you like your dough a little sweeter)
3 cups flour
1 Tblsp vital wheat gluten (remember you don’t need as much gluten if you’re not using whole wheat flour)
1 tsp salt
2 Tblsp nonfat dry milk
1 1/2 Tblsp butter/margarine or oil
1/4 cup potato flakes
(you don’t really need vinegar for white bread, remember the dough enhancers are primarily needed for whole wheat bread)
After all the mixing is complete, if the dough still seems too gooey and you are unable to handle it, add 1 Tblsp flour at a time, and mix after each addition until the dough is manageable with your hands.
If you are making it into bread, form into a loaf at this time, place in a loaf pan, let rise in a warm place 45 min -1 hour and bake 375 degrees for 20-25 minutes until golden brown and sounds hollow when lightly tapped.
If you are making this recipe in a bread machine. Follow your bread machine’s directions and add the ingredients in the order listed in their recommendations. (only one loaf will fit in a bread maker)