Fast Forward into Stormy February . . .

February 7th, 2013 § 4 comments

Canada Geese on Barton Cove ⓒ 2013 Michaela - thegardenerseden.com JPGCanada Geese Slip & Slide on Thin Ice – Barton Cove, Gill, Massachusetts

I simply can not believe that an entire week has passed… My goodness we are already well into February! And have you heard? There’s a big storm brewing on the east coast. They’re calling it Nemo. Sounds rather ominous, doesn’t it? I have to admit that because I work from my home/studio in winter, I am affected very little by winter storms. Still there are some precautions to take and preparations to make.

Mostly, it’s an excuse to bake something… Something delicious… Something like homemade bread! If you are with me in New England, stay safe and warm. Looks like it’s time to batten down the hatches!

Whole-Wheat-Bread-ⓒ-michaela-thegardenerseden1Click Here for Whole Wheat, No-Knead Bread Recipe or Click Here for Rosemary No-Knead Bread Recipe

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§ 4 Responses to Fast Forward into Stormy February . . ."

  • Deb Weyrich-Cody says:

    Hi Michaela, your bread looks delicious; only wish I could smell it as well: )
    We’ve got an Alberta clipper moving in (tonight/tomorrow) with a Texas low hot on its heels and they’re calling for up to 25cm(10 inches) of “lake effect” snow. In spite of the minor inconvenience, we’re back to seeing grass poking through the snow here, so some accumulation (to stay?) sounds great!
    SO sad to see you’ve been forced into using a spam deterrent):

  • Michaela says:

    Hi Deb, Yes, it will be wonderful if we both get some fresh snow. It looks like we may actually get a substantial amount here.
    I’m so sorry about the spam filters. The blog was starting to load very slowly because there were more than 6,000 spam comments per day in the Akismet. My host sent me a notice. It’s ridiculous. Thank you for jumping through the hoops and commenting anyway! xo M

  • emily says:

    I tried the rosemary no knead, and it worked out great. Will try whole wheat. It looks yummy. Emily

  • Deb Weyrich-Cody says:

    Well, I really believe that “what goes around comes around” and all of these inconsiderate oafs will indeed pay in time… (karma bites; )
    As to “the hoops”, just a minor inconvenience; unlike some others, at least yours actually works; ) xo D.

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