Some cool Hard Water images:
trio of bread
Image by kidmissile
small boule, my standard loaf of no-knead bread, poppy seed baguette
When I wake up in the middle of the night on the weekend, I don’t ask "Why the hell am I awake at this hour?" I just enjoy it, the world is so quiet then. And it means I can justify a good long nap later that day.
It happens a lot when I have a big event that morning, out of fear of oversleeping. Sometimes it just happens and I read for a couple hours before falling asleep again.
These breads are the fruits of yesterday’s 2:30 am awake time. Inspired by E, I checked out Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day and made the basic master dough for the boule and baguette. I already had a batch of NKB dough brewing, so I baked that so we could compare the breads.
Oh yeah, once you get used to working with the wet dough, it really is as easy and less time-intensive as described. There’s just a bit of waiting for the dough to rest and bake. If you plan ahead, you can have awesome fresh bread every day.
Image by HERRUWE
think about what you’re eating, do others live your life?
Image by cuatrok77
FIELD MARKS- Keel-billed Toucan -The size of its bill is around one third of its length. The color of its bill is a mixture of green, red, orange and yellow. Its colorful bill, which is hollow inside, is very light and is actually made of a hard and protein substance known as keratin. The edge of the beak has small tooth-like ridges. It has a feather-like tongue inside the beak.
Its body is covered with black feathers; the chest is light green and the tip of its tail is red. Molting happens once in a year. It has blue feet with toes facing in different directions. Males are slightly larger than females.