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Old 04-16-2009, 06:50 PM   #29
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Our Kitchen At Home

It's not the AS, but we tend to keep things modern at home. The AS lets us enjoy our love of midcentury modern. We are very pleased with our first DIY Kitchen remodel.
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Old 04-16-2009, 07:05 PM   #30
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My biggest gripe with life on the road for me, well one of them, is the lack of a good crusty Italian bread. So, 8 months ago I started baking my own. Here, for your approval, is my current (no Kneed) loaf baked in my Airstream yesterday. I bake a loaf a week.

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Old 04-17-2009, 02:18 AM   #31
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A week ago up on the Northern Calif coast at Bodega Dunes SP, right on Bodega Bay, where Hitchcock filmed 'The Birds' many years ago...

A great place to enjoy a Crusty loaf of San Francisco type sourdough bread, a great bottle of Napa Valley Merlot, and of course some of that wonder Dungness Crab from the sea nearby!
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My biggest gripe with life on the road for me, well one of them, is the lack of a good crusty Italian bread. So, 8 months ago I started baking my own. Here, for your approval, is my current (no Kneed) loaf baked in my Airstream yesterday. I bake a loaf a week.

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Michael, that bread looks fantastic. I've always wanted to make bread, so I'm definitely going to try your recipe from the HOTC site.

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Old 04-17-2009, 03:56 PM   #33
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This is what our kitchen looks like before I cook dinner. Tami would'nt let me post the after photo. Ricky
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My biggest gripe with life on the road for me, well one of them, is the lack of a good crusty Italian bread. So, 8 months ago I started baking my own. Here, for your approval, is my current (no Kneed) loaf baked in my Airstream yesterday. I bake a loaf a week.

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Michael,

Is that the recipe from The Splendid Table NPR show? If not, try it, if so, it makes a very good loaf of bread and easy. The longer it sits before baking the stronger the sour taste.

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We like cooking with the old Iron pot and pan's to us things just taste better. Old Iron pot's and pan's made in America. All that new stufffff comes frommm. Thats a good thought.
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We like cooking with the old Iron pot and pan's to us things just taste better. Old Iron pot's and pan's made in America. All that new stufffff comes frommm. Thats a good thought.
On special occasions ( say you are going to PEI and there are Mussels delivered to the campground) We bring the big Calaphon pan. Made in Toledo, Ohio USA. It's anoidized aluminum but still heavy. If it does not say made in US we just do not buy it. It's easy. Unfortunatley even Calaphon has a price sensitive line made in China. They do not last. I have had this 15 yrs. Maybe it will last as long as the trailer....also made in Ohio.
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Someone posted it earlier, you guys are killing me.
First I spend most of my days on a Diet Website (the peppers sausage bread...)
Next it is snowing here!!! Fresh fat flakes.

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THIS is why RVing ROCKS.

location: random rest area along I-10 in FL.
what's for lunch: no fast food or cold sandwiches here! Kielbasa for the win!

2 minute set up, 10 minutes to rest and enjoy food while grill cooled, 2 minute take down... 14 minutes of envy from the whole rest stop.
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location: random rest area along I-10 in FL.
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2 minute set up, 10 minutes to rest and enjoy food while grill cooled, 2 minute take down... 14 minutes of envy from the whole rest stop.
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Dinner with Helen Byam Schwamborn Chez #2

Front kitchen, with Mom cooking grub for us.

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This picture taken at the Palm Springs Rally
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