Monday, November 19, 2012

A LOAF TO KEEP, A LOAF TO GIVE

“Bread for myself is a material question.
Bread for my neighbor is a spiritual one.”

- Nikoli Berdyaev

For the past few
days there has been
a huge, grilled acorn
squash {thanks honey}
just sitting in my ice box
waiting for inspiration
to strike, this morning
it did. I came across a
recipe for bread that
uses acorn squash,
perfect!
 
The best part?
One loaf to keep
and one to gift!

20 comments:

  1. wonderful. i love baking and giving food as gifts. :)

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  2. Have you cut into it yet? I'll bet it was delish!!!

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  3. My those do look good! So nice that you are able to share one with a friend! A great way to celebrate Thanksgiving!

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  4. That bread looks perfect...I have a hubbard squash I need to use up...I think I'll sub it in this recipe...

    ~Have a lovely day!

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  5. such a nice idea tracey, i'm sure who ever recieved your delicious bread is very grateful!

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  6. lovely blog, glad to have have found it! Best wishes to you and yours! xox

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  7. I would love getting this gift! Some lucky person will really enjoy this.

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  8. I can almost smell it.....yummy!!!!

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  9. ooh...bet that smells amazing. I've still my big grain sack waiting for me to begin bread making again...thanks for the inspiration

    Debx

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  10. How wonderful and how lovely to gift one. The quote is beautiful.
    Love
    Linda

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  11. it looks so goooood!!!! I love gifting bread (and receiving bread), I think it's better than "things" sometimes....
    xo

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  12. absoultely! we usually make 3 breads: one to keep, one to bring along somewhere to share, one to simply give away.

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  13. I love acorn squash and I would never have thought of bread, but then there is zucchini bread now isn't there? I bet it tastes heavenly :)

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  14. That looks so yummy. I would have never thought of putting it in bread either. Hope it taste as good as it looks!

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  15. That looks and sounds absolutely delicious!

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  16. How neat that acron squash is incorporated into that bread. Lucky you and the neighbor.

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