Almost-Wordless Wednesday: but, it was going to be perfect!!

Nooooooo!!!!


Looks pretty good, doesn’t it? Don’t let looks fool you….
 
Ken Forkish Bread
(the above image is housed on flickr)


summary: Smells good. Nice and light weight. It looks really good, doesn’t it? Well, turn it over…. Maybe if we cut off the burned part, we can rescue it; a Almost-Wordless Wednesday post


oh oh
phooey

Shriek!!! This was going to be the best bread! I was GOING to take this loaf as my offering for a dinner between colleagues. But no.

How could I?

Why oh why did the super peel put the bread onto the edge of the stone?! And, more to the point, why did the bread hanging over the edge of the stone have to burn?!

 

 

 

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edit 25 February 2015: I finally have commenting allowed again! Whoohooooo! (read more here about the hoops I jumped through)

 

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