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Mama's bread bowl has a huge crack in it. It was probably caused because it was stored in an environment that was extremely hot and then extremely cold. It doesn't make it any less valuable to me. I wish I could have just one more biscuit made by Mama from this bread bowl.

 

ANSH79 - scavenger2 - broken

Nikon D90

Exposure0.004 sec (1/250)

Aperturef/4.0

Focal Length10 mm

ISO Speed400

Exposure Bias0 EV

 

Shot from last years 365 revisited.

Single capture, ND3 and 2 stacked.

Not truly ND's cos they gave a blue tint which i toned down in this one.

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HD Food Photography by Jeff Kruzic and Jingle House of Pittsburgh. 724.925.1144 - jeff@thejinglehouse.com

HD Food Photography by Jeff Kruzic and Jingle House of Pittsburgh. 724.925.1144 - jeff@thejinglehouse.com

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HD Food Photography by Jeff Kruzic and Jingle House of Pittsburgh. 724.925.1144 - jeff@thejinglehouse.com

HD Food Photography by Jeff Kruzic and Jingle House of Pittsburgh. 724.925.1144 - jeff@thejinglehouse.com

Quiznos #6771

19 E Main St

Ramsey, NJ 07446

 

Homemade Broccoli and Cheddar Soup in a Bread Bowl

Took a few photographs with two friends from school after stopping by at Evanston's Panera Bread.

Yummy stuff. Their soup in a breadbowl is my favorite by far.

 

This is the last weekend of enjoyment before school starts up again.

Hand carved wooden dough bowl, trencher bowl, or bread bowl by Joe Marshall of Twinwood Carving.

  

Vintage Mid Century Kalmar Teak Bowl Set

cold fried chicken in a bread basket, corn & bean salad, potato salad, baguette, brie, pate, cherry tomatoes, grapes, watermelon, chocolate dipped strawberries, and wine.

Hand carved wooden dough bowl, trencher bowl, or bread bowl by Joe Marshall of Twinwood Carving.

  

INGREDIENTS:

 

Soup

 

3 large onions, sliced (3 cups)

3 tablespoons margarine or butter, melted

3 tablespoons all-purpose flour

1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce

1 teaspoon sugar

1/4 teaspoon pepper

4 cans (14 1/2 ounces each) ready-to-serve beef broth

 

Cheesy Broiled French Bread

 

8 slices French bread, 1 inch thick

3/4 cup shredded mozzarella cheese (3 ounces)

2 tablespoons grated or shredded Parmesan cheese

 

DIRECTIONS:

 

1. Mix onions and margarine in 3 1/2- to 6-quart slow cooker.

 

2. Cover and cook on high heat setting 30 to 35 minutes or until onions begin to slightly brown around edges.

 

3. Mix flour, Worcestershire sauce, sugar and pepper. Stir flour mixture and broth into onions. Cover and cook on low heat setting 7 to 9 hours (or high heat setting 3 to 4 hours) or until onions are very tender.

 

4. Prepare Cheesy Broiled French Bread. Place 1 slice bread on top of each bowl of soup. Serve immediately.

When his best friends hear Stormtrooper Bruce is not feeling well they take things into their own hands.

 

TK-1110: Dude, we heard you were feeling under the weather so we've brought you some comfort food to help you feel better.

 

TK-432: It must be bad because you're never sick. Hope you're not contagious.

 

STB: Wow! You two never cease to amaze me. That soup looks delish! Not to look a gift horse in the mouth but where did it come from?

 

TK-432: You're not the only one with connections on this ship. It's safe to eat, if that's what you mean.

 

TK-1110: We bribed the P's private chef. Actually we asked for chicken soup and got clam chowder. Something got lost in translation but still, comfort food is comfort food.

 

STB: I'm really touched but I don't have much of an appetite at the moment.

 

TK-432: But you ARE sick, right? This isn't some ruse to get out of movie night is it?

 

STB: Of course not! I look forward to movie night as much as you do, but regrettably I am definitely not feeling well. Doc said to get plenty of rest, eat bland food and NO brewskies for the next few days.

 

TK-1110: So, what do you have?

 

STB: I'd rather not say.

 

TK-432: We're not leaving until you tell us what's wrong.

 

STB: You really don't want to know.

 

TK-432: Do too!

 

STB: OK. Have it your way. Doc says I've got... the BBB's.

 

TK-1110: Sounds awful. So what is it?

 

ST: If you must know... it’s... the burning butt blues. Something I ate on my last mission disagreed with me. Think food poisoning but with an extra bad side effect.

 

TK-1110: You just made that up, right?

 

STB: Well, yes. I can't pronounce what the doc calls it, but it's very real so I made up my own name for it.

 

TK-432: Eww, in that case... no offense but ... Sayonara. Won't see ya tomorra.

 

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Meet baby Ava. She was a doll and was so good during our session!

 

Thought I'd try Rita's vintage papers for a holiday look.

 

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Hand carved wooden dough bowl, trencher bowl, or bread bowl by Joe Marshall of Twinwood Carving.

  

Clam chowder in a delicious sourdough breadbowl. Yum!

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Blog: French Onion Soup

 

I've finally got around to blogging this one. Fall is here and the weather is cool. Brink on the soup!

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