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One of the wife's co-worker's spouse (she's from Hungary) started a little specialty bread business so I made her this. Now I got a loaf of some old country sourdough or Vienna bread coming each week for a few months. Yum Yum!
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Whoa, at first I thought was something else . Glad to hear it’s bread
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Whoa, at first I thought was something else . Glad to hear itís bread
It's not that bad, is it??
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The breadmaker surely will treasure it forever, as it is a gift from the heart.
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It's not that bad, is it??
Naw , just that first micro second , then it’s all good.



Sorry John , I’m on beer 4 and can’t fight it
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An honorable trade John. Some time I get paid in cookies, but the thought is the heart of the matter.

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"Will Work For Food", especially something as special as that. Great job ��



I did a sign for my Bride's cousin's hot sauce business.... Same sort of thing. I think I made out on that deal
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Best bread I ever ate was in Izmir, Turkey. You had to go to the bakery to get it, and there was always a line. The line ended at a small hole in a blank wall. That was the bakery. You got your bread, always fresh, then went home and had it for breakfast. Then tried to eat the rest for supper, because often it had mold by the next morning, so you had to go out and get fresh bread. But was it ever good. Had to be good to want to go out early in the morning, rain or shine, then stand in a line outside, and buy a loaf or two of fresh bread. It was really that good.

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Very nice, John...the texture looks real...I see myself slicing it up with some butter and jelly...nice touch with a bit of flour in the crevices...
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Very nice, John...the texture looks real...I see myself slicing it up with some butter and jelly...nice touch with a bit of flour in the crevices...
Let's see now. It cost me about $2000 (+beer) to go up and see Scottart for painting lessons. I've used the knowledge twice now, so that means I cut the cost in half doing this one. I'm not an economics prof but that sure seems like one heck of a cost cutting move. Onward and upward!!
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