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Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola; Raw Sienna

Our Daily Bread

Our Daily Bread

Raw Sienna is a yellowy-brown color. So I thought I’d share with you how I like to bake bread! Any bread! Lately my favorite is Golden Grains Bread, a bread Recipe from King Arthur Flour. But, this week there was also, Irish Soda Bread and Irish Soda Bread Muffins, also from King Arthur Flour. There is nothing better than the smell of baking bread. There is nothing better to eat, than fresh bread from the oven. Give us this day our daily bread! Amen.

I wrote a previous post all about King Arthur Flour in Norwich, Vermont. I love their products so much I had to make a visit to them! What a great Bakery facility they have there!

Raw Sienna was part of the Crayola Collection from 1903 until 1910. It was re-introduced in 1958. In the “State Crayon Collection,” it is known as Nutmeg and is the color for Connecticut.

This post is just one of many in the Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola Challenge! 

 

11 Responses to “Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola; Raw Sienna”

  1. AnnetteM

    Wow – they look delicious. I also make bread, but cheat terribly by using a packet of bread mix and a bread mixer! I keep meaning to experiment more as it is difficult to buy decent bread round here and we do love it.

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  2. genmedmom

    I can almost smell the baking bread. I love to cook and bake, but bread is very intimidating. Good for you!

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  3. Laura

    Your post is delicious. I make bread and your photo reminds me how much I like bread!

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    • CadyLuck Leedy

      Oh Laura, I make bread, biscuits, casseroles, more bread, etc. But when you ask my children they will tell you I do Spaghetti and nothing else!

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      • Laura

        Wow you make your own spaghetti noodles. I am so impressed!

      • CadyLuck Leedy

        Laura, no I do not make the noodles. I took a class at our Saturday market and even took a class in Italy and when I came home I bought the machine that rolls out such beautiful pasta! But, the box is still in my cupboard un-opened. It just seems intimidating when I think about it and it really isn’t. My children always raved about my spaghetti sauce and meatballs, and the fresh noodles that came from the refrigerator area of market. They say that’s the best thing they remember eating! AND then they remember the BREAD!

  4. Quing

    I like this shot! The bread looks delicious and freshly baked. The layout is fantastic! What camera do you use in taking your photos?

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    • CadyLuck Leedy

      Quing, I use a Lumix mirrorless camera, or the canon Powershot, or my Iphone. I have never taken any of them off the Auto setting! I joined a local photo club and I just could not get into all the finagling they did with their cameras! When I travel I carry light and take a bazillion pictures! I don’t have time to set the stage, so to speak. I have learned through trial and error that by taking lots of pictures you can see what works and what does not. I used to think you had to have expensive cameras to have a great picture! Not true! I am to old to change my ways and they have worked for me! Lately, I have been using Apps on my phone, which I love because that changes the entire picture with just a click!

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      • Quing

        Wow! I’ve been thinking about getting a mirrorless camera, but I think I’ll wait until Canon comes up with a good one. I don’t want my lenses to go to waste. Hehehe!

      • CadyLuck Leedy

        I don’t do lenses either, just for that reason! The Lumix camera I have does send all my photos to my Photo Section on my computer with just a click which is another nice feature! Especially when traveling.

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