Saturday, October 23, 2010

Bagels = Yummy

Yet another reason why I love this book...

The bagels are more time consuming than the bread since they have to be boiled first, but they're so worth it. Woe is me if I ever develop diabetes because I'll just about die if I have to lay off the bread and start counting carbs.

Enjoy your weekend!


Anonymous said...

Hi Liz, I haven't been online much lately but I enjoyed catching up with your blog this morning. I wasn't surprised that your son had a fairy party! I like the shirt, as always. I have the Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a day, but rarely use it, as it takes up too much space in my fridge to have all that wet dough around. I hope you're having a great school year!

susan said...

i miss fresh bread the most. i can have very dry toast but bread just sits in the tiny stomach like a hard lump...we were warned but i had to try.
i can hallucinate the smell of fresh baked bread. i bake like crazy for mark but dont eat a bit of it...but those bagels look good. i should try and make some, i can always toast them very very crispy :-)

Diane said...

I just took the same book from the library yesterday...Ooops I should rephrase that ...I borrowed it with my library card :-) Ha Ha!
I'm excited to give the recipes a try as I looove fresh bread and your bagel picture looks really yummy!

Allie said...

Ha - you and me both - and diabetes runs in my family! Those bagels do look good.

Melody said...

Those sure are yummy looking bagels! Can't remember the last time I had a great bagel! I love the giant "salt" bagels...they taste just like a soft warm pretzel to me! ;)

A Hint of Home said...

Hi Liz,
Nice to meet you! I'm not sure how you came across my blog but happy that you did.
I was raised & lived in MI for 40 years. We relocated to SC 16 years ago.
We always love coming to the Island. It is beautiful! How do you manage all winter there?
Enjoy your week!

Deanna said...

Yum!!! Those bagels do look delicious! May have to get one of those books. :)
Happy Monday!