Like I've mentioned before we are on our school break, and this is the season of the year where I get to focus on homemaking skills and gardening. It might not sound like a break to you, but it is for me! During the school year I make notes of things I'd like to learn and research for my own growth and then when we have a break, I dig right in! Come August, I know that I'll be eager to hit the books with my children and have another break, this time from the intensive season of gardening and adventures.
In the meantime, here I am learning once again. I wanted to find a bread recipe that I can use mainly for toast and sandwiches. I found a winner at Homestead Revival. It is an easy recipe put together in the KitchenAid mixer (no kneading required), and it freezes well. I didn't change a thing about the recipe. My goal is to only make this bread and not purchase it from the store. I know how to give myself grace, and if I need to purchase bread, I will, but now I have my go-to bread recipe!
On a side note, Homestead Revival is a favorite blog of mine for it's wisdom regarding frugality and practicality in homemaking. I'm sure I've mentioned the blog before, but if you like gardening and homemaking it is a great resource from which to learn.