What happens when you have writers and bloggers come together to bake?
Well, come find out
One of the things that tends to happen when you have a bunch of people in a chat group that are homeschoolers, and are in large families, is that they know how to cook. I'm amazed at all the stuff my fellow friends can do, and how well they do it. But today, as one of the gals and I were chatting, we decided to do a bake off. We ended up recruiting a couple others, and all baked the same recipe today. It was a lot of fun watching everyone's rolls come together despite being in four different states.
[During my time of baking, I found out that there is a thing called 'celery salt'. No clue that existed, but now I know- and yes, I did taste just a bit. Not nearly as stringy as actual celery ;p ]
And now we have our first baker. She has made these many a time, and it shows. The browning on top looks perfect, and the biscuits themselves look quite fluffy.
Julia: Finished at approximately 2:48pm
Abigayle: Finished approximately 3:30pm
Our third competitor's rolls look amazing. Great memories right here. Feels like I was just transported into another time of where it'd be biscuits and milk.
Jesseca. Finished approximately 5:30pm
And now our final competitor. A nice and decorative display, lightly dusted cheese on top I presume.
Mine: Finished approximately 5:20pm
TAKE THE POLL!
Don't they all look amazing? ( for some reason my lighting was off, so they don't look nearly as delicious as the others lol)
I am now off to my virtual ship where I will go and taste test for them. (I'm nice like that. No need for anyone to get poisoned tonight.)
Do you think we should do more bake offs? *looks around and whispers* Because I have ideas *nods*
I gotta go. Just arrived to my first stop, and the rolls are running out quickly.
Does one roll look more aesthetically pleasing? Whose house would you want to go and eat at tonight? Have you done a bake off before?