Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Using pottery to cook (and drink)


Can you guess what's about to be mixed up?

A couple of eggs, a couple of my bowls, a couple cups of flour (1/4 of it whole wheat) and a Dan Finnegan mug with my coffee...to become banana bread.  With a twist.

I was out of nuts, and figured the sunflower seeds would be ok, but they were salted (make a face here!) ...so I chopped up some apple for a new taste in bread.
Before...
I'll be back in an hour to see what has happened...


 OooooO! It rose more than my last bread batch.

Love that first slice.  I do miss the nuts, but the apples came out just fine.

11 comments:

  1. looks pretty awesome :) I am probably doing the same today!

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    1. There's nothing better than meeting the man/woman potter and purchasing right from them! Hint hint to any customers that might read this!

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    1. Several times since I've made it, I've been tempted to take it to a gathering and share it...but I didn't!

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  4. That looks very tasty. Your mug is pretty impressive, too. I'm sure it helped in making the bread!

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    1. Yes a Dan Finnegan mug definately makes coffee taste better.

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  5. Wow! Are you going to share the recipe?

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    1. Sure, Cathy. I'll just take a photo of the recipe in the book and post it later this week! Thanks for asking. (I'm still eating the bread!)

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  6. Mmm! Sounds great! My favorite thing to do with bananas

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Welcome to my blog. I'd love to hear from you.. I do review (monitor) comments so I read them, but I'd rather share them!