Wednesday, 6 May 2020

Forget sourdough! How to make 10 of the world’s easiest breads

quote [ watching Noji Gaylard making South African steamed bread (see below) is like hugging a baby. ]

People stressed by social media baking skills may try easier bread recipes to silence those naggers.

Thumb is Jamaican hard dough bread.

Also – bread puns.
[SFW] [food & drink]
[by Paracetamol@11:52amGMT]


mechanical contrivance said @ 1:08pm GMT on 6th May
Tortillas are very easy to make.
Hugh E. said @ 2:40pm GMT on 6th May
Are you suggesting tacos are sandwiches?
backSLIDER said @ 4:22pm GMT on 6th May
No, obviously they are a hot dog.
Hugh E. said @ 5:59pm GMT on 6th May
It just goes in circles like a durum. Which is the Turkish version of the Mexican sandwich know as the burrito sandwich.
mechanical contrivance said @ 1:06pm GMT on 7th May
mmm, burrito sandwich...
Hugh E. said @ 2:40pm GMT on 6th May
Really? Really.
Is that what white people have come to? Can't wait for the "nagga" incarnation.
Paracetamol said @ 5:13pm GMT on 6th May
What? Sorry, I just made that one up. How would you call nagging people otherwise?
Hugh E. said @ 5:51pm GMT on 6th May
OK, Randy.
zarathustra said @ 5:17am GMT on 8th May
A hillbilly farmer who wanted to get a divorce paid a visit to a lawyer. The lawyer said, 'How can I help you?' The farmer said, 'I want to get one of them dayvorces.'

The lawyer said, 'Do you have any grounds?' The farmer said, 'Yes, I got 40 acres' The lawyer said, 'No, No, you don't understand, Do you have a suit?

The farmer said, 'Yes, I got a suit, I wears it to church on Sundays.' The lawyer said, 'No, no, I mean, do you have a case?' The farmer said, 'No, I ain't got a Case, but I got a John Deere.

The lawyer said, 'No, I mean, do you have a grudge?' The farmer said,'Yes, I got a grudge, that's where I parks the John Deere'

The lawyer said, 'Does your wife beat you up or something?' The farmer said, 'No, we both get up at 4:30.'

By now the lawyer is getting frustrated but tries one last question .The lawyer said, 'Is your wife a nagger?' The farmer said, 'No, she's a little white gal, but our last child was a nagger and that's why I wants a dayvorce.'
NuncEstBibendum said @ 8:36pm GMT on 7th May
...So, you reached the homemade bread phase of pandemic?
zarathustra said @ 5:23am GMT on 8th May [Score:2 Good]
Given how easy to make and how much better than store bought the outcome is, I can't understand why anyone who would, for example, build his own computer or overclock his lawnmower, wouldn't make their own bread.
Paracetamol said @ 8:57pm GMT on 7th May [Score:1 Informative]
My partner used up the remainder last week after too many unsuccessful tries. The bread was tasty, it would just never rise. Curse perferctionism! Currently, Shopping for bread is not a dangerous activity to engage in anyway.

I'm using up old tins and spices that have been collecting dust for the last decade. Funny enough the last crowded activitiy we took part in was returning from a huge flea market with a batch of expired persian marmalade.
NuncEstBibendum said @ 4:23pm GMT on 11th May
The way some behavioural patterns are coming in waves, during this pandemics, is almost spooky. In Italy the bread-making frenzy began in March.
Paracetamol said @ 7:44pm GMT on 12th May [Score:1 Informative]
Current phase: Cleaning up duplicate computer files during the evenings.
mechanical contrivance said[1] @ 1:23pm GMT on 8th May
My parents have been making bread and I've been making tortillas.

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