Baking Bread and Watching Birds

Birds at the feeder.

I’m out in the Valley today, baking bread at my parents’ place, which gives me a great view of the birds making short work of the seed in the back porch bird feeder. My mother tells me that it takes them about two-and-a-half days to work their way through a full container. That should slow, now that the weather (dare I say it?) is turning toward spring.

Stll more birds, feeding.

I’ve started participating in another group project, but I’m reserving Tuesdays for my community posts on this blog, so I’m taking my Tuesdays with Dorie posts over here. It’s going to be a bit different, more collaborative, and a little more focused on the kitchen.

Thanks so much to Elaine for sending me the copy of Baking With Julia! I think my friends and family will be thanking her, too. I see a lot of baked goods in my future.

A bird at the feeder.

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2 thoughts on “Baking Bread and Watching Birds

  1. Bird watching is one of my most favorite pleasures in life. The goldfinches that visit my yard can make a whole sock full of thistle disappear in a couple of days. I hope you get the book soon, Teresa!

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