Show us your Baps


#141

Looks proper!


#142

Well I am bap up and running - Shaping is a bit rusty but they are very tasty


#143

Great to see you back Andy, some skinny bloke hijacked your account :smile:


#144

Cheers - I have quite missed doing this - The plan is once a week session.
Tis 216 calories a throw incl 90 grams of carbs without filling it.


#145

How do you manage to get four ladies to lay so close to one another?


#146

I simply asked “can I see your baps” the rest is history


#147

Today a version on Guy’s wholemeal loaf but made without a tin.Quite tatty looking


#148

Just out of practice… :grimacing: it is quite a wet mix. I found shaping quite difficult but after a few they improved appearance


#149

It’s been a couple weeks with no home loafing, so I got back into it and pulled these couple out the oven


#150

Sconing


#151

Back to the grind


#152

Here’s a batch of baps for a picnic tomorrow


#153

Pissing down this afternoon which curtailed any outside work, so took to the kitchen and made some chicken and mushroom ‘empanadas’

Had some pastry left so made a few apple and cinnamon wotsits


#154

Janbald’s 60 birthday cake. Our 2 collies, Bramble and Basil and our horse Bryn in a field.


#155

Many Happy Returns Jan :tada:


#156

The summer alternative to muffins?

https://goo.gl/photos/chkAq9F7ovGxYtrf8

Pasteis de Natas. (Portuguese custard tarts


#157

It’s raining - Surely a good day for Curd making?


#158

Nice. One of my favourite things.


#159

Had my first stab at actually making a loaf properly over the weekend (i.e. No bread machine). Nothing spectacular but perfectly edible:


#160

I dream about bread…:drooling_face: