i think you can, i think you can….

his explanation that is what i was chanting silently (okay, maybe out loud) to the cinnamon raisin dough as i waited patiently for it to rise up to beautiful + puffy proportions.

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enter site lazy, stupid, worthless dough. ( let me just insert here that i am an incredibly poor sport when it  comes to baking that doesnt turn out as i had expected. i get frustrated and irritated and angry at myself and the offending baked good. stupid stupid dough.)

är binära optioner lagligt i thought i would just follow through with the recipe and see what would happen. maybe if i cranked the heat up to 78 degrees it would rise up to proper proportions if i just kept on truckin and continued with the recipe. so, i kneaded and sprinkled with cinnamon + brown sugar and rolled it up again…

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الخيارات الثنائية التداول الولايات المتحدة but, like a hungover college student that had too many jager red bulls and shots of mad dog the previous night, it wouldnt rise.

his explanation i hate you, dough.

http://www.logielaw.com/?koleps=buy-cytotec-online-in-Vallejo-California&271=aa i had put so much time and effort into this useless lump of dough by now that i still had (very low) hopes that it would turn out lovely and fluffy after i baked it. so i baked it.

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my response it looks pretty good right?

but it should have been about 2-3 times that size and once it cooled a bit and i tore into it i realized that it was dense and doughy and i knew that if i ate it it would sit like a brick in my belly.

fail.

so that was batch #1. i reread the recipe to see what went wrong. ohhhhh…that says use 3/4 TABLESPOON yeast NOT 3/4 tsp. damn.

then i tried again. batch # 2 had the correct amount of yeast and everything else yet still failed to rise. aaaarrrgggghhhhh!

i know who the culprit is now. its that dang yeast. i (amateur bread baker that i am) didnt check the yeast to make sure it was fresh.

my bad.

i am determined not to let this recipe get the best of me, so i will be trying again and hopefully this time i will have a successful loaf to share with you.

pray for me.

Comments 2

  1. c lo wrote:

    I love dense breads…..I’ll eat it. Even if I do regret it later………

    I saw this show on Food Network this weekend showing this diner who bakes their own bread, then they slice double sized pieces, cut them sort of open and stuff with preserves, then they close it up and put it in french toast dip and make STUFFED FRENCH TOAST. I bet some cinnamon raisin bread would make some kick ass stuffed french toast.

    Posted 08 Mar 2011 at 9:44 am
  2. jackie wrote:

    dang, if u lived here you would totally be getting 2 loaves of cinnamon raisin bread today!

    Posted 08 Mar 2011 at 10:11 am

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