A pint of…

Here’s a recipe I haven’t made in a very long time…

Pint glass bread

  • a pint glass of whole meal flour
  • a pint glass white flour
  • ¾ pint buttermilk
  • enough salt to coat the bottom of a pint glass ( I would use less)
  • enough baking soda to coat the bottom of a pint glass
  • enough butter to coat the bottom of a pint glass
  1. rub the butter into the flours and salt with fingertips
  2. make a dip in the middle and add the buttermilk
  3. pull it all together and knead lightly – don’t over knead
  4. form into a ball, flatten slightly and cut across, turn 90 and cut again
  5. cook in a hot oven at 190 degrees for about 35-45 mins
  6. when it sounds hollow when knocked on the bottom it’s done
  7. eat with loads of butter

I don’t know whose house is in my featured image, but can’t you imagine the person living three making their own bread?!

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