Storm Status, and Easter baking

Well, it’s certainly snowing and blowing enthusiastically, out there!

That hasn’t stopped the birds from enjoying the suet feeder.

The driveway is so white right now, it’s messing with the camera’s ability to “see” it, making for some interesting rings of colours on there.

I took this screencap of the weather app on my desktop, just minutes ago. According to this, the worst is still yet to come. It is still conflicting with what’s showing on the weather radar.

Well, it will be what it will be. My main concern is with the high winds, of course. When this is over, we’ll have to do a walk-about to see if any more dead trees have come down, or what branches have fallen.

From the looks of the weather radar, the most severe conditions are hitting the US, as the system sweeps across the Eastern states. I hope those of you living in those states are keeping safe!

While it’s snowing and blowing, we got some bread baking done.

A two-loaf recipe was divided into four small loaves. The prettiest one will be for our Easter basket.

Since I was baking bread anyhow, I made a batch of oatmeal bread, also divided into four small loaves instead of two regular loaves. That way, we get a loaf each. ๐Ÿ˜€

I’m looking forward to having one of them with a big bowl of chili, once it cools down enough. ๐Ÿ™‚

The Re-Farmer

6 thoughts on “Storm Status, and Easter baking

    • Perfect? Ha! I just got a picture of the good one in the foreground. Normally, they look like crap! ๐Ÿ˜†

      I usually forget to score. My daughter does most of the bread baking these days. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      As these were for Easter, I tried to make pretty cuts. The loaves being so small helped, and I sharpened the knife just before making the cuts. It was just a sort of paring knife with a curved hook to the blade.

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