Whatever shall I make for dinner? What, after 14 days, still remains in depths of the pantry?
Oh look! I have several thousand pounds of this:
Which only takes about an hour and a half, some yeast, sugar, oil, and salt, to turn into this:
While the dough was rising, I also found a box of apples that’d seen better days:
Calm yourselves; I cut out the moldy parts before I made sauce.
I also included a bowl of oranges, some melted honey, a jar of powdered sugar, and some freezer jam to fill out the spread. I put the bread in the oven as I fried it, keeping it hot so we could eat together, rather than in shifts as it came out of the oil.
Yes, I said, “out of the oil”. Fry bread is, by nature, deep fried.
And yes: Every single thing on the table was loaded with carbs.
Come on–there’s protein in whole wheat!