What do I do to my rolls??

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Registered: 05-17-2001
What do I do to my rolls??
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Sun, 11-20-2011 - 4:05pm

I have tried several recipes for Yeast Rolls.

~Misty~


 


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Registered: 12-16-2004
Sat, 11-26-2011 - 6:02am

The biggest problem I have here with potatoflakes is it is hard to find pure flakes , most often they have lactose added to them and as lactose intolerant it is a no go.

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Registered: 12-16-2004
Sat, 11-26-2011 - 6:01am

My black cat lasted until she was 15, we had her put down the

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Registered: 12-16-2004
Sat, 11-26-2011 - 5:56am

Cold and it you add it with the flour, I add it to the liquid and then add the flour.

Here is good recipe

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Registered: 10-17-2000
Fri, 11-25-2011 - 7:21pm
So, when does the potato go in? Does it go in hot? I am not much of a baker, but I'd love to learn!


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Registered: 02-27-1999
Fri, 11-25-2011 - 5:30pm

Hi Hanna!

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Registered: 05-17-2001
Fri, 11-25-2011 - 4:53pm
y mom used ot make potato bread, I wonder if this is about the same thing? I might have to try that! My goal is to make graet rolls for Christmas!

I love you black kitty pic! I used to have a black cat named Bear. Had him for 17 years, he was the best. DH gave him to me on my 16th birthday.

~Misty~


 


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Registered: 12-16-2004
Fri, 11-25-2011 - 5:09am

One odd tip but does work wonders to make bread fluffy,

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Registered: 05-17-2001
Thu, 11-24-2011 - 10:32pm

Hannah was so excited to help me cook this year.

~Misty~


 


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Registered: 02-27-1999
Wed, 11-23-2011 - 8:41pm
BRAVO! Please feel free to ask any "Hannah" questions!
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Registered: 05-17-2001
Mon, 11-21-2011 - 10:11pm
My mom always encouraged me to cook, but I never wanted to until I got much older. I'd make cake, cookies etc., but no real savory cooking. She was eager to cook FOR me though, and those first few years DH and I were out on our own, he suffered through a LOT of coking disasters and just plain icky stuff. We ate a lot of hamburger helper and ramen. DH was actually much better than I was, he had ot do a lot of cooking for himself growing up. But we both sure looked forward to Fridays, when I would go to my mom's to do laundry (we didn't have a washer and dryer yet, and I refused to use the laundromat) and I'd stay for dinner, and when DH got off work (he worked 1 mile from my parent's house) he'd come over, and we'd get a good meal!

When I first started to really cook, I would call my mom daily...lol. She ended up giving me a lot of recipes, and then I'd write down her directions over the phone, and I still have a lot of her things that way. She never really had receips for the good stuff, so I'd write down what she told me. She said "until it looks right" or "until it feels right" a lot. I didn't get it then, but I do now. Or she'd say you can use this, or that, or whatever you have. I never cooked wtih my dad's mother, I rarely saw her, she was a standofish woman. My mom's mother always made gingerbread ment with me when we came to visit her, and I loved her cooking, but she was pretty old by the time I got old enough to be interested. She is 96 now. She's outlived my mom by 6 years so far.

I think DD is really interested right now because I've been cooking a lot this fall, and she likes watching cooking shows on TV, and really loves the Restaurant Impossible, I think she has a crush on Robert Irvine...lol. Either way, I'm glad she is showing an interest, and I'm more than happy to have her in the kitchen with me. She knows basic measurements, but we need to work on how to double. etc. DH says I go overboard trying to explain things sometimes. I see DD as a little me, and she is so smart, and mature beyond 6 years, sometimes I forget she is only 6...lol.

She is in first grade, and is reading at a 6th grade level! So, reading a recipe is easy. I'm going to make it my goal this winter to cook with her as often as I can.

~Misty~


 


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