Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Started with plugged plumbing & Recipes
Dave took Thursday off and this is what he ended up doing instead of what he took the day off from work to do.
Broken pipe here and came apart above this on the old paper pipe.
Old paper pipe from the 1940's that's flattened instead of round. But is under the concrete slab of the back porch and we are hoping to reroute form kitchen before the ground freezes.
Done with clean out, this is just temporary until we can redo it all.
Setting up for Pioneer day
Dave, sons and grandsons getting ready to cut up watermelon.
My display table (oldest son there at the end)
Dave and grandson sawing
Our group, missing Terra's spouse (he had been working overtime), daughter Tanya & her hubby and 2 kiddos, Christine and her 2, Coral her hubby and her 2, Son Khris & his wife. And they are all looking at the camera at one time.
5 c. warm water
1 can evaporated milk, or if u don’t have any add 12 oz of regular milk scalded & cooled, I have used dry milk with this also
4 tsp. yeast
½ c. molasses or dark Karo
½ c. sugar
1 c. vegetable or olive oil
16 or more cups of wheat flour or if not used to straight wheat bread use 8 white and 8 wheat, add another cup of flour if it doesn’t feel right.
Add together water, milk, and then yeast, let stand about five minutes then ass molasses, salt, and oil, add in ½ of your flour or eight cups of wheat to sponge for thirty minutes to one hour stir down if needed. Then add the rest of the flour, mix well. The dump out unto a well-oiled counter or board; knead well, put in a well-greased large bowl till double in size. Punch down, knead and pull off hunks and shape and put in your pans, let rise.
Bake 350 degrees thirty minutes.
Can also use this to make cinnamon rolls and etc.
Makes two large loaves.
8-10 c. whole-wheat flour
5 tab. Yeast
4 tab. Honey
½ tsp. salt
3 c. milk
2/3 c. margarine or butter
1 ½ c. butter, melted – cooled
Knead and let rise and punch down and knead again. Divide dough into 2 equal parts, roll out each in a 12x18 rectangle. Cut in strings ¾ in. wide. Dip each strip in melted cooled butter and puts into tube pans. Cover and let rest for 1- ½ hours. Bake at 425 degrees for 30-40 minutes.
1 c. rolled oats
1 c. milk or sour milk
½ c. brown sugar
1 c. flour
½ tsp. salt
1 tsp. baking powder
½ tsp. baking soda
1/3 c. butter melted or shortening
Soak the oats 10 minutes in the milk add egg mix well.
Stir in sugar, mix. Then add other ingredients. Spoon into greased muffin tins 2/3 full Bake 400 deg. 20 minutes.