thank you very much!!
Thanks for your interest! I've had a lot of computer problems & crashes in the past year, so the tutorial is still "in the works" :( Plus the full-time job & mommy duties take priority---hopefully I'll be posting it sometime in the next few months!
I agree---I think the bread works best with a lager or dark beer, and a little less water :) The more beer, the better!!
I'm so glad people love this bread :) I can't wait to cook it again! We're moving, so that'll be the first *home cooked* meal in our new house!
do you ever sell these wallets as a custom item in your dawanda shop? The pattern isn't available right now in your shop :(
You're welcome! Thanks for commenting :) Glad you like it! Tame
so cute!!! what a fabulous job you did :) Do you have another website, or do you just make them for yourself?
I haven't tried it, but I sure will soon! I think they can :) Thanks for the suggestion! Tame
so beautiful :) I love the fabrics! Did you make this out of your head, or did you use a pattern?
thanks so much for the lovely comment! I need to still get a fastener for the button, but my sewing machine (a Sew Janome Petite) is too small and I need a "full size" machine! That, and I'm teaching myself to sew, so it's slow going :)
thanks for the friend addition :)
this is beautiful :) Do you sell a type of bag like this, or would you consider customizing one? Thanks for sharing! If you are interested, my email is email@example.com
I love it :)
I hope you do! It's really yummy IMO :-)
I found the colour to be more of a light brown, not really dark at all---the chocolates were dark though, but that didn't transfer itself really to the overall colour, just the flavour. Hope that helps :) Tame
I LOVE almonds in mine! Thanks for sharing this recipe :) I need to make some tonight!
thanks for the lovely comments :)
I LOVE THIS RECIPE :) I'm definitely going to try it out on my family!
I love it! This kind of scrapbooking is something I LOVE to do :) Glad your husband loved it!
I wish we had some Guinness in our house :) I would have DEFINITELY used that!
I always make them and they end up doughy (which is how I like them!). My husband loves them, but he would rather have them flat like a pancake (or flatter), so I usually try to compromise by making several batches :) Thanks for trying it out!
thank you so much :) I'll get working on the tutorial ASAP!
You're so welcome!!! I'll have to try it with Guinness :) Sounds tasty! ~~~Tame~~~
thank you for the "translation" and the friend request! I'm so glad you like the tutorial :)
thank you so much for the lovely comment :)
It's wonderful to meet you guys! Everyone on this site is so talented :) I know I'm learning a LOT from you all! I enjoy all your projects as well!
WOW! Thanks so much for the great translation :) Of course, I didn't even bother to think that my language could be universal, lol! Sorry if I caused a bit of confusion---I wanted to take a picture of the bag, but my husband ate up the entire bag as soon as I got my few kisses into the pan! Thanks for the awesome comment :) Tame
Hello :) I used the beer because it tastes more "yeasty" to me, and I LOVE bread (especially when it's rising in the oven!) I'm not much of a drinker (and can't really tolerate liquors such as scotch or whiskey or rum), and I like the smell of beer, so I decided to try it! Thanks for the question :) Tame
As to the substitute question, I'm experimenting with other items, such as maple syrup & honey (I know the honey one is good, I'll get back to you on the maple syrup). If you substitute about 1/2 cup of syrup or the same amount for the honey, that would probably work! I'll definitely get back to you on that one!
thank you for your lovely reply :)
chocolate kisses? hmmm, think of the chocolate drops one would receive in a package for Valentines' Day or in a cup as a small present! Small triangle with a pointed top :)
thank you very much for being so sweet! I just LOVE these :) My husband thinks I'm a bit nuts when I make a bunch and put them in my handbag for meals and snacks :)
wow, thank you for your kind words :) I would have used syrup or cocoa powder (which you can use in place of the kisses), but I didn't find either of those until after I was already done! hehehe---oh well :) Keeps temptation out of the cupboard for me ;) Tame
lovely wallet :) very impressive!
how cute and practical!!! I can't wait to try a version of this myself :)
thank you so much for your lovely comment! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did :) Hopefully it'll get better with more practice!
this is wonderful :) you're very talented!
Thanks again for the comment! Just wanted to let anyone else that's interested know that it left my skin super soft :) So soft in fact that my hubby can't stop touching it! It's still a bit runny, so I'm going to keep working on the consistency :)