We have had some hot days...
And some much needed rain...
This is how I dry clothes without a clothes dryer when it is raining and humid!
Hubby needed his uniform for work.
Rainy day sunset.
On my needles...
Some boot toppers for my daughter to take on her overseas trip next month.
She liked them, and would like another two pair in different shades.
For those that don't know, these are boot toppers J
From the garden to the kitchen.
Kale, rhubarb, cucumber, grapes, celery.
Zucchini, capsicum, tomatoes.
The kale, celery and cucumber were used in green juices. I also tried making kale chips.
And zucchini chips.
I stuffed and baked some over sized zucchini, vegetarian style, oh so yum!
I have been playing around with some bread making using this recipe. I had run out of dinner rolls so instead of running to the shop to get more, I had a go at making my own.
My first attempt looked more like small lunch rolls, although they were still eaten. The second batch turned out a little too big, they were more like hamburger buns lol!
Bread rolls rising in the warm car...
The finished product
That's okay though, they were soon gobbled up when I made chicken burgers for lunch the next day.
I decided to have another attempt yesterday...
Here is the dough after forty minutes in the warm car.
I divided the dough in half, then took one half and divided down the middle, formed into rounds and placed in the loaf tin. The other half was formed into dinner rolls. I did this by rolling dough into a circle and cutting into twelve triangles. I then rolled them from the wide side in.
I placed them back into the warm car to rise for another forty minutes. Then they were baked for thirty minutes.
This time they turned out better, so I was happy, and they taste pretty good too.
I also made some naan bread but I seem to have forgotten to take a photo...
I mixed up a double batch of Cranberry Hootycreek Biscuits and baked half and froze the rest for later.
I am getting back into walking mode. I definitely need to after all the Christmas food I consumed...just thirty to forty minutes a day, when I can fit it in.
Progress is slow with the shed.
Hubby says he is going for the record of slowest shed build ever lol!
How was your week?