Friday, August 27, 2010

After 59 Days...

...of living without an oven...

 
We moved in the new fridge just before Hubby left, and my dad & brother (Thank you both SO much!) installed and wired the oven today, even though the rest of the kitchen won't be finished for at least a couple weeks.  Oh, it is getting even more exciting!  

... What should we bake first?!?

16 comments:

  1. Bake some scones... I'll bring/send you some lemon curd to celebrate the end of the golden oven!!! ;)

    I bet you are sooooooooo excited to have the addition coming to a close very soon!!!

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  2. How exciting! I'm so happy for you Jessica.

    I think you should bake a delicious apple pie! 'Tis the season! :)

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  3. I say chocolate chip cookies. You can't go wrong with a classic!

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  4. wonderful news! break in with bread.
    pax Christi - lena

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  5. Oh how exciting Jessica !
    I would start with any thing with cinnamon ,nothing says homemade like brown sugar and cinnamon !
    And also the since the Bible says Mary is like sweet spices.
    Have a blessed weekend in your new kitchen !
    Love , Emma in Norway

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  6. I second the chocolate chip cookies!

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  7. I have to go along with chocolate chip cookies! Yum! I know you are thrilled to be back in your kitchen! +JMJ+

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  8. Oh, it's so pretty! You must be so excited!!! I've always wanted a double oven like this. I seem to remember a cake for St. Augustine's feast day... (Charlotte's, I think) :)

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  9. Ohh I bet you are missing those yellow appliances now huh? ;)

    I say go for cupcake!

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  10. Bake some lasagna with garlic bread! Have some salad too. All the kids can help and it is so yummy! :)

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  11. With that gorgeous double oven?! White chocolate macademia on top, chocolate chip on the bottom.

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  12. What a wonderful oven! I would also suggest bread as the perfect "welcoming" dish for the oven!

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  13. Yay! Our oven was broken for most of the winter, so I know how hard it is! If you were me, you'd brake it in baking some beads. But I'm not much of a cook. And I burn my beads quite often. lol!

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  14. whatever your heart desires !!!

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  15. We just put in a new double oven with convection. The first thing I would suggest would be to make and bake the most inexpensive cookies and bake them according to directions. This way you can make sure your oven is working correctly and is the right temperature too. The next thing I did was make bread!!!! I also tried convection and regular bake for everything - I love convection!!! Enjoy!

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  16. wow, fancy pants! now you are going to have to learn how to rebake everything with that fancy pants oven(s). so jealous. not that i actually bake/cook/would use ;)
    r

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