When it rains I naturally turn towards the kitchen .
This are the chickens when I let them out yesterday – apparently the ducks pond has nicer water! Ooo.
Yesterday – I also shifted The Four from one field to another. Pigs shift very slowly – there is a lot to investigate on the way.
I take a bucket to sit on and a book to read when I shift pigs. I don’t mind if they mosy along.
Above is my pizza base. It is the sourdough one. Make it the night before – let it sit out 24 hours then divide and refrigerate until you need it.
I made a pear and sharp Canadian cheddar cheese pizza. Oh my!
These loaves are Spelt, Rye and the Janie’s Mill Sifted Artisan. I call the Sifted Artisan Bread Flour the Sifted Sister – I think I am the only one who laughs at that joke!
Very autumnal loaves – as is today. Not cold just wet and dark. I dread this winter.
I am putting my bread recipes in the #justjanies blog on the janiesmill website. They let me have a blog over there because I am not much good at writing recipes and they edit me in the recipe pages and I hate being edited. I am too much of a free spirit and I am not succinct enough. ‘Patting the dough on the head like a dog’ makes perfect sense to me and probably to you too! So I am happy to have my little blog corner.
Go to #Just Janie’s and will find me waffling on in there. Not terribly often. It is a flour blog. But I do love sharing my discoveries! Today I hope to get the sourdough pizza base in there and this Spelt/Rye loaf.
So – I had better get busy!!
Take care. Talk soon, lovelies!