After a post-holiday meltdown last January, I hatched a plan to try a new soup every Tuesday throughout the winter and share the recipes with you. I do enjoy "theme nights" on the dinner menu, so I really enjoyed working on this series, Soup On Tuesdays. (Links to all ten recipes are found ~here~.)
Come summer, I decided to take on a new challenge with a variation on the theme, and during the summer months, we had Salad On Tuesdays. I found some real keepers, ones that we will be eating again this summer, Tuesday or no.
I have hatched another plan! This winter, I will be making a different bread recipe every week. I must confess that Kati has made most of the breads in our household for several years. She loves to bake and try new recipes...and we are very willing to taste test. (Noble of us, don't you think?) But I am going to put on my own baker's hat this winter and the goal will be to make ten different breads and to share the recipes with you on Tuesdays.
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Yesterday, I told you about my ailing Henrietta...which means no new pictures. (Whimper.) For Week 1, I had to dig back into my photo archives and share a bread recipe for which I could find a picture. No worries. I had a photo of this sweet potato bread, and I don't think you'll be sorry. We'll start this series off with a bang!
1 package dry yeast
* You may use fresh or canned sweet potato.
** This is a sticky, soft dough. You will not be able to shape it into loaves, but it will come out just fine and loafy!
(The original recipe can be found ~here~. The recipe I have shared includes my own tweaking.)
And he said unto them, When ye pray, say...
'Give us day by day our daily bread.'