Tuesday, October 20, 2015


Early in the week I baked this bread and it makes a total of 3 loaves so 2 went in the freezer:

This was before they were glazed:

Here is the recipe: 

This Ellsgreave teapot was a recent bargain find:

Hope your week is going well!
I am sharing this at:
A Return to Loveliness


JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Oh my that looks good - I like to have extra in the freezer for drop in company and a cup of tea. Just love your teapot - and I've always wanted some of those calico tea cups - for ever and ever. I must go bake now.

NanaDiana said...

That looks SOOOOOOO good and I can almost smell it from here. You always do such a pretty post, Bernideen! And I always leave her craving something to eat. lol xo Diana

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Oh Bernideeen,your bread looks so yummy! I have a similar recipe, but it doesn't have a glaze on top. I must check the link for the bread.
Your calico cups look so pretty with your newly acquired teapot. What a perfect setting! You have the prettiest mix and match teacups and teapots, and my would I love to look through your cupboards!!

Susie said...

Who would not want a lovely tea with you?? The bread looks tasty and the dishes are beautiful . Blessings, xoxo,Susie

Jocelyne said...

Your bread looks absolutely yummy! Love the teapot. I fixed how I was following your blog so now you are one of my faves. 🌹

Mariana said...

This looks delicious, and the taste must be amazing.

Linda Jennings said...

Oh my! It looks so delicious! I like your teapot and teacups, too.

Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson said...

Looks so yummy! I love your teapot and looks so pretty with the brown transferware. Pinning recipe.

Angela McRae said...

I always make just one loaf at a time, but I love your idea of baking several at once to have a "spare" in the freezer!