So, while I waited for clothes to dry, I snapped some pics from the window of hubby working!
My originial intention on posting this was to add some of my sarcastic humor :)
It looks like hubby is working hard......
I also have Envy Soya Bean Heirloom seeds from Baker Creek that are perfect for Edamame! Here is the Baker Creek description on these:
Early 80-day variety is great for the north. Perfect for Edamame, fresh shelling or dried, nice green-colored beans have good flavor; developed by the late Prof. Edwin Meader, UNH
They do have dog food at this time. Any little bit you can do to help, I am sure, is much appreciated. The Medina County SPCA, in my own humble opinion, has come great lengths over the past year with their new director on board. They are going out on calls and they are not afraid to step in where needed and stand up for animals. They are prosecuting where needed; I say this because so many organizations 'don't' do this for fear of 'stepping on toes' or numerous other bs excuses which do nothing to help the animals.
Here is another news story on this case
And another including a video with the Exectuive Director of the SPCA.
I am perplexed!
In a small sauce pan melt the butter over low heat. Turn off the burner and add themilk and honey. Stir to combine well, then set aside.
In a small bowl combine 2 cups of the flour, the yeast and salt.
In a large bowl, or the bowl of an electric mixer, combine the milk mixture and the flour/yeast mixture. Mix until smooth.
If mixing by hand, work in the remaining cup flour, then turn dough out on a floured surface and knead for 10 minutes. If using an electric mixer, add about half the remaining cup of flour, then switch to the dough hook and mix in the remaining half cup flour. Knead for 8–10 minutes on low speed.
Place dough into a oiled bowl, turning to coat on all sides. Cover with plastic wrap and set in a draft-free location to rise until doubled in size, about 1 to 1-1/2 hours.
Punch down the dough and turn it out onto a work surface and form into a loaf. Place the dough into a loaf pan that has been sprayed with nonstick cooking spray.
Allow dough to rise until doubled in size, about 45 minutes.
Bake at 400ºF for 20–25 minutes.