Bread Failure

If I were at work, I would have photoshopped in the word FAIL in red letters across this photo! I found some very ripe organic bananas at the health food store today for 19 cents a pound. Aha! I will bake bread. So I doubled my recipe to make two loaves. They came out a little dark on top….and the toothpick was clean…soooo

I turned out the loaf on the right onto the bread rack…and all the middle fell out in a giant steaming glop! Aarrghh! Blech! I didn’t cry…but it was sure darn disheartening. Jeff gave me a hug and just came home with a half-gallon of ice cream. [The last thing was his idea!]

I stayed home today, BTW, because dear Jeffrey ran a 5 mile race yesterday (long story…but he was volunteered to do it) and hurt his hip. He needed some TLC. 😉 I also went over to the Health Department to get an update on my Tetanus shot. Now my arm hurts…but at least I have a bowl of ice cream now.


2 Responses to “Bread Failure”

  1. 1 Ginny October 6, 2008 at 7:39 pm

    Well, it still looks edible and it looks like it would go well with some ice cream. 😉

  1. 1 Saver Queen » Blog Archive » My bread failure Trackback on October 21, 2008 at 7:30 pm

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