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  1. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    You know me. I like to pop in at unexpected times and cause trouble.:shuriken:
  2. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    :shifty:
  3. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    Seeing as how I'm one of your secretaries of stuff, I think I know the answer.
  4. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    Don't you have special forces for that?
  5. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    He's out of the wardrobe and is making a table for the dining room. How he'll fit in it, I don't know.
  6. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    Don't be silly. It's all about me.
  7. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    All this time and still not the TAT thread? I'm saddened.
  8. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    Oldsaw, it's pretty fantastic. We still like it. In other news, I'm moving the furniture and toys around the house today so I can spray for spiders. We've had an explosion of black widows around the house lately. Uncool.
  9. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    Howdy do. Yep, that about wraps it up.
  10. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    Wha...how... I don't... I hate it.
  11. a_bit_crafty

    Home Made Breads

    I've got mine down pretty well now, too, but it did take quite a bit of practice to get there. :laugh: I didn't have anyone who knew how to do it to show me. Now I'm being asked to show others, which I'm happy to do.
  12. a_bit_crafty

    Home Made Breads

    The base we use for ours is this one: http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Pizza-Dough-III/Detail.aspx However, we double the recipe (so it makes 3 medium/large pizzas or 2 with garlic knots) and use a mix of white whole wheat and bread flour. 2.5c white whole wheat and 1.5c bread flour is what I...
  13. a_bit_crafty

    Home Made Breads

    I suppose it is a question of how long you've been practicing and how good you are at it. If you are new to bread making, under kneading is certainly a common and easy mistake to make. Sorry, I must have misread your comment about proofing. :001_smile
  14. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    Garlic knots. http://badgerandblade.com/vb/showpost.php?p=3096950&postcount=41
  15. a_bit_crafty

    Home Made Breads

    Most dry yeasts that are commercially available now are so reliable that you don't have to proof them (or so I've heard), unless of course you kill it. Also, a standard heavy bread problem is not enough kneading. Also, garlic knots.
  16. a_bit_crafty

    Home Made Breads

    You should have seen my first loaves about a year or so ago. Very sad indeed. And twelve loaves? I have a lot of respect for your wife right now. And your oven. Why, thank you. :biggrin1: Always a good idea to start with a very wet dough and add flour from there. And thanks.:biggrin1:
  17. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    Seconded.
  18. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    Repository of Baked Goods has not been completed yet. I'm not in charge of building projects.
  19. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    See, calling attention to not calling attention only stirs the brouhaha. :laugh: Think of it this way: bread is temporary but a picture is forever, or until B&B implodes, whichever comes first.
  20. a_bit_crafty

    The Anything Thread

    I see what you mean. If Mr. Crafty said such things about me, I wouldn't be so nice.
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