Thursday, 16 January 2014

A Bread Shortage?

There's certainly no shortage of bread in my mini workshop right now! It seemed that, once I started making a few breads, they multiplied & kept on multiplying.....I couldn't seem to stop making them. They are all hand sculpted too as I am absolutely hopeless with moulds of any kind & have been known to waste a whole tub of silicon mould trying to get a useable mould from my original piece! In the time I wasted trying, I could've made a dozen freehand!


These are just half of the loaves I've been making over the last couple of days.....it all started because I wanted to make an "overfilled baker's rack" for my good friend Marlene to auction in the next fundraising auction in Feb (she has been diagnosed with lung cancer that has metastasized to her brain & has no medical insurance - living in Texas, that is an awful situation to be in - here in the UK we are so lucky not to have to need health insurance, although over the years we do pay for our health service through our taxes!)
Here are the results of all those hours of bread making! With quite a few left over too.....





10 comments:

Maru said...

¡Son fantásticos! Dan ganas de comérselos. Gran trabajo.
Besos

Catherine said...

WOW! you have been busy. The bread is mouth watering GORGEOUS!

Wishing ((((Marlene))))) All the best.

Simona said...

They look wonderful and it's so nice you made more pieces so that you could help your friend. I hope she'll feel better. Very well done to you!

miraclechicken said...

These are fabulous!

Susan said...

Your bread is utterly awesome, don't know how you do it!!! There's nothing like bread to bring a dollhouse to life....

Kleine Vingers said...

They looks so good, hope they raise a lot of money for your friend.
Miniature greetings

Isabelle said...

Wow, that is a lot of bread! Looks really delicious!

12Create said...

The display of breads is fabulous. My thoughts are with your friend and I hope the fundraising goes well.

Elizabeth S said...

Your collection of breads is a feast for the senses! I love making mini breads myself and so I know just how carried away one can get, so good on you! They look delicious!
My thought are with your friend and the cancer that she is fighting. You are doing a very good thing with this fund raiser and I commend you for it. I know that you are deeply concerned and I pray that God blesses her with the miracle that she desperately needs.

elizabeth

PILAR6373 said...

menuda producción de apetitosos panes!!! Un buen trabajo.
Besos.