A LITTLE SOMETHING

  • Thanks for coming to visit. I'll put the kettle on for tea and find you a little something to go with it.

Little Tidbits

  • Pooh always liked a little something at eleven o’clock in the morning...-A.A. Milne
  • I'll take a little of whatever you've got. - Michael (as a little boy)
  • No one can love his neighbor on an empty stomach. - Woodrow Wilson
  • Bread and water can so easily be toast and tea. ~Author Unknown
  • You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me. ~C.S. Lewis
  • If this is coffee, please bring me some tea; but if this is tea, please bring me some coffee. - Abraham Lincoln
  • If you love me, then put the kettle on. - yours truly
  • If there was tea, I could consider going on. - me again

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November 23, 2008

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Louise

I am 100% with you, especially about the white whole wheat flour! I used to grind my own flour from Montana wheat grains, but since I can't find the Montana wheat locally anymore, and shipping cost are prohibitive, King Arthur flour has been the next best thing! I also like the unbleached flour. The only time I use store brand flour is when I make playdough. ;o)

Laura

Thanks for this information. You know I've made some of your recipes but I can't get this flour locally. In fact, when I asked about it at the grocery store, they assured me that it doesn't exist. Hmph! Baking isn't very big down here, I guess. We have holiday dinners at our church and the only things people bring are store-bought desserts. Yuck! I usually bake pies or cheesecake but they always want me to bring homemade bread. I'll be making bread for fifty people on Thanksgiving... without the lovely flour you have! *Sigh*

Michele Q.

Ah this is good to know. Thanks for the tip!

Christine Pillado

To Laura,
You can find the flour on Amazon.com. You have buy A LOT but it could be worth it! :)

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gf?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=King+Arthur+flour&x=0&y=0

Christie

Brenda

We've been pretty happy with our store-brand (Stop & Shop) whole wheat flour which I mix with white flour. I only buy 1-2/time at the most because I put it in the freezer as soon as I get home from shopping. Whole wheat flour has a much shorter shelflife than white flour and will become rancid. I have never noticed the rancidity in the flour itself, but the baked goods will not last very long and they develop a distinctive bad taste.

Mary

You can buy King Arthur Flour directly from the company. It will be even fresher than when it is purchased from a store. I used to buy Prairie Gold white whole wheat kernels and grind my own flour but the shipping costs became too expensive. The website for King Arthur Flour is:
http://www.kingarthurflour.com/. There is no better flour available anywhere else and they also carry a wonderful line of other baking products.

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