Is it morning or afternoon? I didn't know as I stumbled down the hall with my doughnut shoppe hangover. Thanks to everyone who played yesterday. I enjoyed reading the comments.
I'm writing to you now from our kitchen table with coffee perking for background music and Tim off to my far left, working at his desk on his zine printing press.
I usually make spelt waffle sticks but this time I'm going to give hard white spring wheat a go. I use spring wheat for cookies and I love it.
Coffee is done singing. Time for a nice quiet cuppa before I dive into waffle stick making madness.
Adore what you call biscuits and we call scones, think that is the main thing I miss when not in your country, must learn how to make them successfully!ReplyDelete
Hi Carole - Sometimes people interchange the words, depending on where they live. For me when I make scones I call them scones.Delete
Biscuits though, aren't hard to learn, and I love them when they are buttery. Ohhh, good eats.
Waffle sticks sound delicious!ReplyDelete
So do all those subs you get.Delete
I wish you could make me a waffle stick. Have no idea what they taste, but I'm in no doubt they taste good.ReplyDelete
I'd prepare for you my vegan waffle sticks. That would be fun to sit and eat with you.Delete
Never even heard of waffle sticks. Scones and biscuits are not quite the same thing by the way.ReplyDelete
I didn't say that they were, Jo. Though I do find some like to interchange the two.Delete
Waffle sticks are yummy. They are waffles in the shape of sticks. There's a picture of them somewhere on my side bar, and I'm sure to have pictures soon up of the new batch.
Do you eat waffles?
sounds like a great day! Thanks for your nice comment today!ReplyDelete
It's one of those perfect little Saturdays. Sure thing, I meant it.Delete
Waffle sticks sound yummy, and spring wheat is a diet essential, right? Happy baking, Happy Whisk.ReplyDelete
Hi Robyn. I'm a test batch baker that loves to play with spring and winter wheat, wholemeal spelt, rice flours, homemade almond flours, garbanzo bean flour, flax (homemade only), and all that good stuff.Delete
It's all so much fun and each bakes differently with various flavours and textures.
Do you ever play with different flours? If not, it's great fun and I hope you give it a go.
Waffle sticks sound neat!ReplyDelete
They are. Thanks for dropping by.Delete
Waffle sticks! And homemade? My husband would marry me all over again for such a treat :) He's a waffle/pancake junkie!ReplyDelete
Mine too. So funny.Delete
I hope your coffee doesn't sing NicklebackReplyDelete
I would love it if it did. Chad's voice is the BEST.Delete
Donut shop hangover, huh? There's one I could live with!ReplyDelete
Oh, noooo, it's horrible. Horrible.Delete
How goes you this weekend?
Do you have a special waffle stick maker ? I remember when you posted this before.ReplyDelete
I was watching Trisha's Southern Kitchen and she just made Raisin Bread in a can.
She just said save your cans. They looked like what my Mum made but I still can't figure out what size can she used.
I will go check out her site.
hahahahaha Doughnut Hangover !
Waffle iron, yes. Love it. So fun. There's a few different ones on the market. Even one that makes big round waffles and/or wavy sticks. It's pretty neat. I am thinking about getting that one too.Delete
Why not use any size can you want? As long as your dough has the room that it needs.
I just want a safe can. You fill it up 2/3 full and then you get that little mushroom top !Delete
Safe is the most important.Delete
You are really good at writing brief but witty and entertaining posts, even if on nothing too big they are still so fun. Waffle sticks? What a great idea! Yum!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the kind words. That is nice of you to say, and I'm happy you enjoy my little corner of the world.Delete
Yes, waffle sticks. I have a machine that makes them and it's super fun.
Do you like waffles?
Hi Ivy, just imagining you having your favorite coffee with waffle sticks... and music playing in the background.. wow... I am sure it was a beautiful Saturday for you. Cheers and regards :)ReplyDelete