What Happened on a Farm in August:
Puppies born on our farm on the coldest day of the year. Just about 50 degrees Fahrenheit at night.
In old farm days, we used to buy wheat, corn, oyster shells, salt all aconditioned in large cotton sacks. My father kept many of them so we could wash them (for several days, scrub, soak, wash, scrub, rinse, wash, bleach)for later use as a rug or rag.
Another bread making failed attempt. I believe that the day was too cold for the dough to rise properly.
At least the pizza was good. But don´t be fooled by this photo. The use of banana leaf on the bottom didn´t work. I went back to placing the aluminum pizza tray on top of the charcoal.
These semolina bread loaves turned out great!
But not so for Jim Lahey´s No-Knead bread recipe. The terrible Brazilian flour again! None of my high hydration dough recipes work.