To say I'm an amateur baker is an understatement. I was raised with a grandmother who made home made biscuits for every meal but I'd never even seen loaves of bread be made nor did I even understand what all went into it. I seriously thought you just mixed everything up once, let it rise the threw it in the oven. With that being say, making bread the first time was an experience. I was impatient and exhausted by the end from all of the hurry up and wait. However, the first batch (and my first time baking) turned out amazing. Now I bake this bread almost every Sunday, and I've learned not to stress about how long steps take. I do a step, do a chore, do another step and so on. I've aldo started adding all kinds of things to this base receipe. I roll one loaf out long and cover it with butter, cinnamon and sugar then roll it up for cinnamon bread. I kneed in garlic salt and parsley and then roll the loave in it too for garlic bread. Most recently I added cheese, bacon and dried onions. As the loaves come out of the oven I'm trying to decide who gets what because the entire family now expects a loaf of bread on Sunday.
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To say I'm an amateur baker is an understatement. I was raised with a grandmother who made...