The first time I see a bread maker working. I was fascinated when it started turning. Such a small blade could turn such heavy dough. That time when we used our hands, I could feel my muscles building up. Hey, it's my first time using it and I was hovering at the small little glass opening to peep into it. I was just standing there, mesmerized by the box-like machine, simply a bread maker which I bought at the spur of the moment. It's very dangerous when I walk around the shopping mall. I've never like shopping for those clothes, bags, shoes and definitely not accessories. I don't wear any of that kind and I don't even touch make-up or lotions. So, the best place you can find me will be the shops selling kitchen or electronic stuff but most of the time I'm in the cinema.
Okay, going back to my bread maker. To prepare the dough, it would take more than an hour. When it started to beep, marking the end of time according to the programmed function, we were really excited. I removed the dough, perfectly churned out and hubby and I used the rolling pin to flatten it out.
It's like making a cinnamon rolls. Mind you... I've never make cinnamon rolls before and I don't eat cinnamon rolls. I grew up eating bread. I came from a not well-to-do background with no silver spoon in my mouth. I'm never bored eating Gardenia white bread with only butter. It has been like that for many many years. I'm satisfied with a simple meal of bread with butter or bread with half-boiled eggs. Love them till this day. Then, it's bread with Nutella once in awhile. Nutella hazelnut chocolate spread is just getting too expensive. I'm a sausage bun addict and once in a while, I'll have the luxury of eating cheese sticks.
|Yen's Rose Scrolls...|
The bread that I chose... I didn't choose... you wanna know how I prepare my weekly menu? I just hold on to any recipe books or magazines that I have, then I simply open them, read them and took up the challenge to do it no matter how difficult it was. So... there... there... I got that... roll up and then cut them. Shove the whole lot into the oven and wait for the 'TING' sound.
|Seed and Grain Cottage Loaf... for the health freak...|