Lockdown day 37: raisin sourdough
Tuesday April 21st 2020, 9:53 pm
Filed under: Food,History,Knit,Life

That sourdough starter needed to be used, right? (Hey look, a personal XKCD cartoon!)

The pumpkin in that last loaf didn’t strongly flavor it but it did help keep it moist from Thursday to Monday–not bad for a no-fat bread. The birthday boy requested cinnamon bread; I used a stronger cinnamon (Penzey’s, not Costco this time) and doubled the amount but kept the pumpkin for the moment, since I need to use that up. It definitely passed inspection. This could get to be a habit.

The seahorse looks much better with eyes now.

The former President of Stanford University died of COVID-19 today.

Suddenly my patience with staying home went right back up again to where it needed to be.

I’m going to go knit another row.

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Glad you got your stay-at-home mojo back.

I’m on the second sleeve of the replacement blue sweater. This one’s not going anywhere near the washer … even on delicate! I have decided I hate front load washers.

Comment by Anne 04.22.20 @ 12:04 am

I shall knit a few rows on my cardigan in hope that it cheers you on as well.

Yes, let’s stay home and be safe.

Comment by Suzanne in Montreal 04.22.20 @ 6:51 am

Yum, that does look good!

Comment by ccr in MA 04.22.20 @ 10:39 am

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