The hippie bread is a joy to me. I love the flavor that the cloves and molasses and lemon zest and raisins give it and I love the grit the corn meal gives it.
Staff of life stuff. I'm so glad that Jessie triggered my memory and caused me to get that cookbook out.
A very sweet pleasure on a cold January night.
Just beautiful! With butter, please and thank you!ReplyDelete
YES!!! THIS is the bread of the century! I have been watching a DOC about the Grateful Dead and if that does not take me down granola alley! Peasant blouses and good whole food!!! We are on the same wave length.ReplyDelete
Oh, peasant blouses! And whole wheat bread...Delete
Whoa, look at that crumb! I really need some of that bread.ReplyDelete
It sure is tasty.Delete
It looks interesting.ReplyDelete
And dense, right?Delete
You sure know how to make many things, Ms. Moon! I am always impressed at what you can do.ReplyDelete
Thank you. I generally feel inadequate at almost everything.Delete
It does look yummy.ReplyDelete
It is. To my taste, anyway.Delete
If it was genuine hippy bread you would have tossed some hashish into the mixture. Maybe you did... Far out man!ReplyDelete
I would never put hashish in bread! The grandchildren couldn't eat it!Delete
With some honey...Delete
Mercy, that looks tasty! I'm with Susan...a little smear of butter and a cup of coffee...I'm so here for it!!ReplyDelete
Or peppermint tea?Delete