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A Little Bit of Everything - Week 21

By Greengirl @GrinGarl
I can't believe another week went by. Of course, Blogger had and still has problems, for a couple of days I couldn't even log in. Wanted to share a delicious recipe with you, actually there are a couple I haven't shared yet. 
A little bit of everything - week 21 
This week's question was about the comment section. 
I have to be honest and say it's been a little quiet lately. I have gotten so used with the beeping  phone every time someone left a comment that the first day I checked my phone at least 5 times to see if I received any emails and didn't hear the beep. It felt like at the very beginning when hardly anyone read your blog and left a comment. I'm fortunate enough to have you as my friends and even with the comment section closed you found ways to say few words about my posts. Love you all!
I have given it a lot of thought and decided not to stress out about the number of comments I receive and write a day. As I said, comments are nice but they all have to come from the heart. I'm going keep reading your blogs and leave comments as often as I can because I want to not because I have to. 
That being said, the comment section will be opened as promised on the 1st of June.
A little bit of everything - week 21
I had a hard time deciding which recipe I'm going to feature this week. I stumbled upon so many delicious recipes that made me droll instantly. I wish I could make all of them or just invite myself over your house. 
I made these mini rye buns few days ago. Although we love rye bread I don't make it as often as I should. The reason : we just can't stop eating it. The original recipe yield one small bread but you know me, I rarely make breads. The small ball of dough turned into 10, almost 2 oz each, rye buns. 
A little bit of everything - week 21
These buns are so flavorful. A mixture of orange zest, caraway seeds and aromatic fennel seeds is added to the dough. They smell so good while baking and are irresistible once out of the oven. 
A little bit of everything - week 21
The recipe calls for beer. We don't drink alcohol and don't remember even using it in cooking (no, I make my risotto without the wine). I used 1/4 cup to dissolve the yeast and almost 2/3 cup buttermilk. 
To get the recipe you have to visit Red Star Original webpage 
Hearty Rye Bread
Before I call it a night I'd like to remind you about Your best recipe event hosted by my friend Nancy 
May YBR Sign-up
A little bit of everything - week 21

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