Hear the flutter of Wings

Should-da Know-ed

Thoughts and Ideas....I'll throw a fishin' line out into the "Gray Goo-eee Matter" located somewhere in that "Bone-eee Brain House" that sits on the end of the "Broom Stick" that someone shoved up my backside on a whim so, I can try to drag one of those "fish-eee thing-eees' back out. After that I gets to toss it into this chere fryin' pan. That is, of course, if I don't swipe a "fish-eee thing-eee" out of someone-elses "fish-eee bucket" to which I'll give full credit to the someone-else that I swiped his/her "fish-eee thing-eee" out of thier "fish-eee bucket" and then toss it into this chere fryin' pan.

Language and Spellin'....I'll try to keep most of the "Gutter Talk" from gettin' into each post. Ch-yaw'll notice that I did say "TRY". As for the other, IF I can find it in Webster's...IF NOT, get ch-yaw'lls "cryin' towel" ready cause ch-yaw'll might needs it.

Laughter...Doin' my best to discover how to put it into words which is a lot harder than I thought it would be but, somewhere along the line I sure are a-hopin' that I succeed in puttin' a smile onto ch-yaw'lls faces.

Politics....Now that Can and Does get very opinionated and quite Heated around these parts. So, the "Gutter Talk" may rear its ugly head more than once. If, ch-yaw'll don't want to see it at those times then cover ch-yaw'lls eyes cause I don't provide "Eye Wash". Times are tuff--don't ch-yaw'll know.

Religion....I've got mine .. so my opinion is mine. Ch-yaw'll got yours .. so ch-yaw'lls opinion is ch-yaw'lls. I may give my opinion. Ch-yaw'll may comment back according to ch-yaw'll opinion. BUT, we won't be a-chingin' each other's opinion, will we.

So ch-yaw'll come on in, sits it down and puts ch-yaw'll feets up and see if ch-yaw'll might find somthin' that'll catch ch-yaw'lls intrest for awhile. Ch-yaw'll be sure to leave me a comment so I'll know how my "fish-eee thing-eees" are a-cookin' in this chere fryin' pan.

I hears ya, .. I HEARS YA. Damn, my bird sa squawkin', the cat sa yowlin' and I needs my cup of Hot Tea with it "little ole splash" of Bourbon to help take the chill off.

So ch-yaw'll come on back and see what I pulled out of my "fish-eee bucket" .... ch-ear. Miss Em

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Friday, April 12, 2013

PARMESAN PEPPERCORN FRENCH BREAD

( you need a bread machine to make this.  This receipe comes from a Cuisinart booklet so you may have to adjust it for your machine if it's not a Cuisinart.)

nutritional information per serving (1ounce)
calories--78 (23 from fat) * carb. 13g * pro. 2g * fat 2g * sat. fat 0g * chol. 0mg * sod. 98 mg * calc. 3mg * fiber 1g


Ingredient..............................2 lb.  ..........1-1/2 lbs.  ...............1 lb.
water, room temp.  ...............1-1/4 c.  ......1 c.             ...............3/4 c.
olive oil                       ...............4 T.        ......3 T.             ...............2-1/4 T.
salt                                ...............1-1/4 t.  ......1 t.             ................3/4 t.
bread flour                ................3-3/4 c.  ......3 c.             ...............2-1/4 c.
grated parmesan      ................2/3 c.     ......1/2 c.         ................1/3 c.
freshly ground           ................2/3 t.     ......1/2 t.          ................1/3 t.
black pepper
yeast, active dry,        ...............2 t.         ......1-3/4 t.        .............1-1/4 t.
instant or bread machine

place ingredients, in order listed, in the bread pan fitted with the kneading paddle.  Secure the bread pan in the bread machine.  Press the menu button to the select the French/Italian program.  Press loaf size and crust color buttons to both size and crust preference.  Press start/stop to mix, knead, rise, and bake.  If desired, when paddle signal sounds remove dough and kneading paddle, reshape dough and replace in bread pan.  When the cycle is complete, remove the bread pan from the machine and transfer bread to wire rack to cool completely before slicing.

1 comment:

Miss Em said...

Diane--Mechell
here is the base recipe for that loaf of bread that I brought Easter. You will have to play with it to discover what is best tasting for y'all.
When I add an extra 1/3 cup of cheese, I usually have to add extra water a teaspoon at a time and then maybe some extra flour because it got a little to wet. Nothing is ever as easy as it seems. Good Luck.