We made so many varieties of breads this week! Man. I think my favorite might have been the Whole Wheat raisin loaf. I just adore raisins, golden raisins at that. They did overbake it a little and the bottom was a little burnt but other than that, it was wonderful.
Another group made whole wheat hoagies. I have to admit they were rather tasty, and even though I do not like buttery tastes in my breads, it was well balanced out by the sweetness of the dough. It did hurt my tummy though cause there was quite a bit of butter in that recipe.
This is definitely a winner for use with a sub filled with turkey breast, vinegar and oil, swiss cheese, peppers and onions. YUmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
Here is the bread that my group made. Oh we got an addition into our all girls group. Now we are +1 of the male species. I was pretty happy with the all girls group, and for some reason, he is really never there during the majority of the process. He vanishes, which is odd but okay with me. We only use him for strength when we can't lock in the 30 quart mixer into place.
Here is some surprising news, or maybe it's just news to me. lol. Chef said that most marble ryes do not contain a dark and light rye dough. Rather it is just caramel coloring. How cheap does that feel?
You can either spiral it and make it into a know OR
Put the dough ontop of each other, roll it up and bake it like a loaf! I think this is prettier.
Nothing too exciting at school this week, though I did make it through my 2 exams. I don't want to say anything before I get my tests back, but it definitely isn't as stressful as the exams I took at Oregon State. Phew.