Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Mar 1, 2013.
Butz Choquin Semois in my new Parker.
Stonehaven in a Tinsky Coral.
Fordy's not wrong it's a Nithering wind here but started to snow again 1/2 hour ago.
Just had my morning therapy and started some bread today using Gilchesters of Northumberland's Stoneground Heritage grains. I used 50/50 Wholemeal Spelt and Light Brown Farmhouse flour mix
and Olive oil, playing on here while it rises for the first time before knock back and having a in the Passatore Rubin
soon the whole (warm and cosy) house is going to smell of fresh baked bread I finished up the last of the homemade Rye bread as toast this morning 1/2 Marmite the other organic wildflower Honey I nearly forgot were the exccentric Preppers
I can smell it from here - wonderful.
Made my own bread by hand for a number of years, but not recently as under Doctors orders to avoid as many starchy carbs for now.
Having to buy Burgen bread from the supermarket for now as it's fairly low carb - it's alright but is isn't fresh homemade that is for sure.
Edit: Night Train in a Pete 314 Rustic!
I've a couple of Butz Choquin briar Calabashes but didn't know they did Tobacco
did you buy it in the UK ? cheers
Sugar Barrel / Falcon / Coffee
Good Morning PSF,
I'm starting the week off with Dan's HV in the Squatch Dublin with coffe for the ride into work.
Happy Monday smoking,
You forgot to say :- Sugar Barrel / Falcon / Coffee / Over
Very nice looking Calabashes.
Irish Flake in a Pete system 306
mb virgin flake in the Rock Cob
but 1st back outside to clean off more snow !
I am so ready for Warm weather and Crappie Fishing
even if they are small here in missouri
37-degrees and snowing. Hard. Just think, Easter is next Sunday. This morning cried out for Presbyterian in a big Pete system pipe, followed by CH in a cob.
I've got a recipe I came up with...sourdough beer bread. Haven't made it in a couple months but you have my mouth watering now, so looks like I'll need to get some sourdough starter going. 2 weeks and I should be good to go. Could be right up your alley.
Bayou Morning in a David Jones freehand and hot black coffee on the side.
Peter Stockabye Luxury Navy Flake, in the Missouri Meershaum Smokable Second Great Dane. Coffee splashed with half & half, in a large brown mug. We got 12" of snow here yesterday. Kind of late in the year for us, oh well. Good morning Smokers!
Butera Lat #1 in a M. Addis
Premium Burley in a Peter Kent quarter bent tomatoe and Community Coffee.
Weybridge in an anonymous small bent meerschaum. Black coffee.
The lady of the house is heading out of town for the week so we are enjoying our morning coffee together which is rare for a Monday Morning. Supposed to reach a balmy +4 (39f) today in the beach and may enjoy a smoke on the back deck if it happens.
Having some PS Nougat in my Stanwell #63
Love the 63. One of my all time favorites.