New Experiences

Kaitlin and Andy saw these bighorn sheep yesterday. She was driving and Andy had to steer while she took pictures.

Kaitlin also tried a microwave bread recipe. It was fun to taste, but she’ll make a few modifications when she makes it again tonight. We’re not expecting much, but it’s easy, inexpensive, and fun to try.

 

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8 Responses to New Experiences

  1. Cathy in NZ says:

    so that’s going to a be a goal, master the microwave bread making…you can do CM, Kaitlin is going to show you the basics…

    looks like you’ve have a fun time…

    • Cathy in NZ says:

      and 2 days later, here – my niece arrived with my “new2me” breadmaker – it still on the dining table due to “where will it live?” – the odd thing about this gift as I asked her years ago to find me one…and it never arrived; I had always wanted one…she said she tried it out to make sure it works – and I do have full instructions…so when I finally get to use it will religiously follow said instructions…

  2. Rummuser says:

    I tried to bake bread / bun in the microwave a few times some years ago and gave up as a lost cause. I then invested in a OTG (Oven Toaster Grill) and have used it on and off though now Manjiree uses it mostly.
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    • Jean says:

      We used to buy partially cooked rolls and bake them in a toaster oven, and it worked except it took a lot more time than buying french bread at the store and just heating it briefly in the microwave. The quality of that bread in our local store has gone down so Kaitlin decided it would be fun to try the microwave bread. It was fun, but we too have given it up as a lost cause.

  3. Big hornsheep, baking bread—sounds like your house guests are enjoying every minute of their stay! Happy New Year to All!
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  4. Cindi says:

    Very cool that they saw sheep!
    Microwave bread?
    I can’t imagine how the crust would be.
    (My favorite part! 🙂 )
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    • Jean says:

      The first try was “crust” all the way through. I liked it, even though I’m not much of a bread eater. The second one was softer and not very good at all. It was a fun thing to try, though.

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