Bread making dates back to the early days of history, and as with so many things, was discovered by accident.
You can read more about bread making and the history of bread in these articles.
100 Great Breads: Bread #1 – White Bread
By my guesstimates, my baby’s nap will last about 1 hr (if I am lucky, she is teething at the moment), which gives me enough time to mix and knead the dough before leaving it to rise.
If all goes to plan, this leaves the period the baby is awake (I am already annoyed with calling her ‘the baby’, so from now on she is M.D.), for the shaping and second prove, leaving the actual baking for M.D.’s afternoon nap.ᔥ 100 Great Breads: Bread #1 – White Bread | Owen Rees
Perfect picnic: How to pack the perfect one
“I think we have lost the art of picnics. The Victorians used to pack the most wonderful picnics.ᔥ Perfect picnic: How to pack the perfect one – BBC News
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