Monday, November 10, 2008

Fruit Yogurt Bread

I had been wanting to bake breads by myself for a long long time.
But early our marriage I failed once, I wanted to make French bread, but it became like a hammer, lol
It was TOO hard and I could even drove a nail into a pillar!
Since then, I hadn't been baking at all, but recently I found a book for beginner, so bought it and gave it try!

I added raisins + dried apple, and also added yogurt.
The shapes are very ugly, though... lol
The taste was... so so was like scone.

AJ my husband doesn't like raisin, so he ate only a few, and my son loves raisins (only), so he picked raisins from bread, lol
I wanted to have more, but just after I finished making this, I felt very sick...
Actually from a few days ago I was so tired, and just after I've made this bread I felt very chills, and felt very sick...

And suddenly my temperature has got very high, so I have been sleeping all the time from yesterday.
Tass my son having running nose and a little cough, so I think we had cold...
Thankfully it was weekend, so AJ helped me a lot, thanks to him I could sleep all day yesterday.
From this afternoon, I feel a bit well, so I'm trying to revenge to bake another bread now!

By the way, here is my new room shoes and new socks!
Lovely, aren't they? :D
Every year when the winter has come, I buy new warm room shoes, and this year I found this soft pink shoes, it was first sight love!

Thank you SO much everyone for joining my 2nd Blogoversary giveaway.
I have never thought that such so many people would enter this giveaway!
It's still open until 16th (Sunday), so please don't hesitate to join in!
Please leave a comment on the last post, if you enter the drawing!
And please let me know which one do you want, of course both is OK! :)

If my bread that I'm baking now was good, I will post the photos sometime later!
I hope we can eat a few at least!

Take care and thanks for visiting!

And Happy Stitching!


Tatyana (tookie) said...

Your bread looks lovely)) Hope you won't stop the experiments. Its good that you and your son feel better. Don't give the flue another try.
My baby girl has exactly the same home shoes)))) And I just looove your stockings

Rowyn said...

Hope you are feeling better soon Yuko.

LOL at your son eating the raisins only! :-)

Your socks and room shoes look so comfy!

Olga said...

Get well soon, Yuko!
Your bread looks tasty, and I hope your second attempt at baking is a greater success.
Take care.

Irene said...

The bread looks good. Love the socks and room shoes. Hope you feel better.

Carol R said...

Your raisin bread looks delicious - I would eat both the bread and the raisins!

Cute socks and room shoes - they look very cosy. I wear Ugg slippers which are warm but very uggly!

I hope you (and Mr T) get well soon.

Christine said...

The bread rolls look tasty. Hope you feel better soon

Jane said...

Hope you're feeling better already. Your feet look warm as toast in those socks and slippers. Terrific cooking too - keep those tasty treets coming!

Anonymous said...

What's a lovely socks and room shoes! They look fantastic together - very beautiful combination of rose and brown.
I hope you are feeling better now :) Take care!

Sally said...

I hope you are feeling better soon Yuko.

Your bread looks delicious:)

Karoline said...

I hope you feel better soon Yulo, your bread looks very yummy

Rachel said...

I'm glad you are feeling better!

LOL I love scones so I would have loved your fruit/raisin bread :)

Your shoes/socks are cute!

Anonymous said...

Feel better soon!

I had lots of mis-adventures in cooking when I was first married too. I can make breads, it's cookies that give me a hard time.

Nina said...

I hope you get well soon Yuko!
Your shoes are amazing cute :))
And bread is... hm..... looks very yummy!!

Natasha said...

Practice makes perfect, Yoko. I have always wanted to learn how to make homemade biscutts, but once they where so hard it was like a door stop LOL

I now use pilsbury frozen biscutts, not homemade but at least we can eat them.

You house shoes look so warm. I love warm socks and shoes in the winter time.
Take Care

Manuela said...

Your blog is very nice, i'm Manuela and i'm writing from Italy.

Nancy said...

Your bread looks delicious Yuko, and if it tastes like scones, then it tastes delicious too! I love your new pink warm room shoes and your socks too. Glad to hear you feel better. Take care of yourself, and I am sending a get well hug to you and your son!

Anonymous said...

Hi Yuko,
I have said a little prayer for you and your little one to continue to feel better.
You have got such a good eye for photography! The pictures look very good!
I made Amish Friendship Bread this morning before going to work. It always turns out, without fail. It really is more like a very moist cinnamony pecan cake---very dense and heavy with lots of sugar on the outside. LOTS OF CALORIES! It is very good and makes my house smell wonderful!
Get better!
Amy from Oklahoma

Cindy F. said...

Yummm,,,the bread looks delicious:)
Love your socks and slippers. They are too cute!
So sorry to hear you and son caught a sick bug:( I'm sending well wishes from Texas, USA.

orange/chocolate said...

Hi Yuko! I hope you feel better. Your bread looks OK!! I want to bake bread too with my son, maybe netx Friday... I'll tell you...
My son and I have a cold too.Lovely your pink slippers!!Kisses

Jennifer said...

Bread can be difficult to get right, so don't despair! Keep experimenting and trying new recipes, and practice will make perfect.

Julie said...

The bread looks delicious, and i love the fluffy footwear. Hope you are feeling better soon.

Melissa said...

I hope you feel better soon Yuko. The bread looks yummy. It's fun to bake isn't it? I have one white bread recipe from Delia Smith that has never failed me. I can send you the recipe if you'd like it. Take care!

Mª Clara Lloveras said...

The bread seem good...
I hope you feel better!

staci said...

Hope you are feeling better Yuko :) Your feet are absolutely adorable in your new socks and house shoes :)