“…she stopped paying close attention to his words and when at red lights, examined the rain drops spattering on the windshield so intently that she almost stared right through them. Each drop seemed stuck on the glass, until another drop landed on it and they rolled down the window together, ending in a climactic splash.”
Sara: English major/Gender and Sexuality Studies minor, working at a nonprofit that gets young women ready for and interested in running for office/maybe soon applying to grad school, writer, clarinetist.
I post and reblog: things I think are pretty, things that intrigue me, things I'm a fan of, and things I care about.
Common themes include: books, writing, movies, more books, cozy beds, breakfasts, Doctor Who, Sherlock, feminist issues, and occasional pieces of my life.
I used this recipe, but for a little less than half of the flour, I subbed in unbleached white whole wheat flour.
1. SPONGE. (Started the night before.)
2. Kneading. Thanks, Kitchenaid.
3. It has risen!
4. What a beauty.
5. Tasty crust.
6. It slices nicely.
7. I got impatient waiting for slices to toast, so I had a bit with butter and jam.
8. I upped the happiness: cheddar omelette, avocado, shallots and tomato, hard cider, and buttered toast.
9. Its bottom is equally beautiful. People should probably say this to each other.
Kneading some #bread ! #homemade #kitchenaid
Tea, a drink with jam and bread.
Bread—or really, toast—makes an excellent breakfast.
Rosemary Parmesan Focaccia | The Candid Appetite
I just want to lay in a pile of warm laundry and eat bread
sandra juto on We Heart It.
Can my next two weeks be as lovely as this photo? No, of course not.
Making the pan de jamón!
welp, I’m aroused.
I am making rosemary focaccia that will go with wine and cheese provided by friends, and we will delight in our delicious food and drink while having a movie night.