Near the end of the rise time, preheat the oven to 350. After removing from the oven, rub the loaves with butter and cover with a towel to keep them moist.
Posted: January 23, 2013 in 0-100, 10k-20k, Blue, Military, Portsmouth Navy Ship Yard Portsmouth NH, Purple, Spring, The Oaks Somersworth NH, Wedding Wednesdays, Weddings, White Tags: military, Spring, Wedding Wednesdays, Weddings Bride: Valerie Ayer Groom: Brian-William Sloan Engagement Date: 1/25/2010 Wedding Date: 9/4/10 (Private ceremony before his deployment to Afghanistan) & 3/31/2012 (Big ceremony with APM) How did you meet your future wife or Husband?
One of the first things I learned about my husband Geoff is that he is a diehard Subway fan.
When we started dating, he lived just down the street from a Subway restaurant, and would pick up a sandwich for lunch or dinner several days per week.
:) I like Subway, don't get me wrong, but I just don't have the same level of devotion to it that Geoff does.We learned so much from ways to cut costs by not doing “the package deal” but by booking the same vendors separately or printing our own invitations rather than going through another vendor.We also learned that ideas that we thought might be good, weren’t What was your favorite moment or aspect of the day?The Subway that's closest to our current house poses a lot of problems for me…it's in a poorly designed complex with very limited parking, and the store itself is long and narrow and always crowded, which makes the kids (and me! When I found this recipe, I was thrilled to think that I could make the same delicious bread at home without all the claustrophobic waiting in line!We decided that the chapel on the Naval Base and the table names and favors would be a great way to incorporate this aspect into the theme.I had always wanted a classic Cape Cod style wedding with rich navy blue, white and a touch of purple as the colors. We were married at a location with lots of history; it being the oldest continuously operating shipyard in the US Navy from its old prison dating back to the early 1900’s.I like that the recipe is quick enough to make on a regular basis (which I almost certainly will be doing! adapted from Bless this Mess 1 cup warm water 1 1/2 tablespoons yeast 1 tablespoon sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 4 tablespoons olive oil 2 1/2 - 3 1/2 cups flour butter for rubbing on top In a large bowl or the bowl of a stand mixer, dissolve the yeast and sugar in the warm water. Add the salt, olive oil, and 1 cup of flour, and mix until combined. Add flour, 1/4 cup at a time, until a soft dough is formed.The dough should pull away from the sides of the bowl but stick slightly to the bottom of the bowl.It was really great to have our cake vendor, the dj, our reception hall, the church, the photographer, everyone be able to change our original date to a later one to make this happen.Enjoy a FREE Hot Chocolate Bar at Your Next Meeting!